[quote=“Jazzhead, post:14, topic:33143”]
But that’s an argument for permitting gays to marry. A gay couple will care for each other, just as any other married couple will “in sickness and in health”. Such mutual support from family will reduce the burden on taxpayers. And since a married couple is more likely to be monagamous, they’re more likely to lead healthier lives (again, at less cost to the taxpayers).
Indeed, the argument for permitting gays to marry is an inherently CONSERVATIVE one.
[/quote]Homosexual men have the highest infidelity rate of any group. fewer than 30% of homo relationships last more than 2 years, and most homo men report having more than 7 affairs/year. some say they have had hundreds of partners.
This opinion appears to be shared by homosexuals themselves. Gareth Kirby, Managing Editor of Vancouver’s homosexual newspaper, XtraWest, stated:
… In our culture, we haven’t created the same hierarchy as has heterosexual culture. We know that love has many faces, and names, ages, places. … We know that a 30-year relationship is no better, no better, than a nine-week, or nine-minute, fling - it’s different, but not better. Both have value. We know that the instant intimacy involved in that perfect 20-minute[sic] … in Stanley Park can be a profoundly beautiful thing. We know a two-year relationship where people live apart is as beautiful, absolutely as beautiful, as a 30-year relationship where people live together. We know that the people involved in an open relationship can love each other as deeply as the people in a closed relationship …
Your argument is false, ridiculous, and naive.