Should there be love and marriage for all people (over legal age)?
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September 4th, 2007, 02:56
It does, except for the fact that a limit should be set.
Can I marry a duck If I chose to? If I loved it with all my heart and share every moment of my life with it? Why shouldn't I? There is no purpose to limit it. Nobody should dictate what an individual does with their life, so long it doesn't harm others (If I can add something, or oneself).
Yes, the norm is that a human being shouldn't marry a duck. Why ? Because it isn't natural. The same, I believe that homosexuality isn't natural. I don't believe people who are gay should be shunned by the community, but I also don't believe they should get married, at least not in the traditional sense.
A civil contract is fine, but a marriage is not.
What I mean is that, I took that as an extreme example, but norms do change and I would have no trouble with someone living with a duck as long as they don't marry I don't care what they do behind closed doors. (and as long as they don't harm the animals)
Disclaimer : No ducks were hurt or harmed in any during the writing of this text.
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