The Grammys and the Myth of Marriage Equality

charisma newsI’d call it just another example of the consequences of intellectual laziness on the part of too many Americans. With just a little bit of study and a little thought a person can see clearly the silliness and, frankly, depravity of what the extremists on the political left are trying to force on the nation.

This is from Dr. Michael Brown:

In a tribute to “marriage equality,” Sunday night’s Grammy Awards featured the “on-air wedding of [33] couples—gay, straight, old, young, of many races and many colors.”

In reality, talk of “marriage equality” is nothing of the sort.

According to Ryan Lewis, whose hit song with Macklemore, “Same Love,” became last year’s gay marriage anthem, and during which song the nuptials took place on TV, the weddings “will be in our minds the ultimate statement of equality, that all the couples are entitled to the same exact thing.”

But Lewis’s statement raises an obvious question: Why speak only of “couples”?

Ryan T. Anderson of the Heritage Foundation has noted that a recently coined term is “thruple.” (According to the Urban Dictionary, this term refers to a, “Three-way relationship. Properly known by polyamorists as a triad. Amusingly known by many gay men as a ‘thruple.’”)

Why not marriage equality for “thruples”? And why not marriage equality for . . . shall we just say, “etc.”?

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