The Case for Marriage

The Case for Marriage

Book - 2000
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Publisher: New York : Doubleday, 2000.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780385500852
Branch Call Number: 306.81/WAIT
Characteristics: 260p.24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Gallagher, Maggie


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Mar 15, 2017

“Maggie Gallagher: Tell Gay Friend He’s Driving His Spouse Away From ‘God’s Plan’”
by Miranda Blue, posted April 17, 2015, to Right Wing Watch

technojoy Feb 08, 2012

Given the case the authors make for marriage in the first 199 pages, their statements on same-sex marriage are weak at best. If marriage is better for individuals, then surely it is better for individuals in same-sex relationships. If it is better for society to have more people in the married state, surely it is better for society to increase the number of married people by allowing gays and lesbians to marry. If it is better for children to live with married parents, surely it would be better for the children of gays and lesbians to have married parents. Maggie Gallagher's objections to same-sex marriage make no sense to me, now that I've read this book.


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