Here is my opinion:
The word "marriage" should be let for the heterosexual couples, they are the ones keeping the human race going, they are one's pumping babies out, they deserve to use the word "marriage", which according to the dictionary it applies to a male and female.
Gay's should drop that and use "Parnership" that I do support, unless they would be bringing babies into this workd, and as history shows no two men have been able to do that, adopted kids do not count.
So again, yea to parnership, NO to marriage.
and this is coming from a gay male.
Alright, let me take a moment to digest this-
So what you are saying is ONLY heterosexual couples that "pump the babies out" are the ones that deserve to be legally married?
Say we see this as truth. Okay. So, then, what happens to the thousands upon hundreds of heterosexual couples out there in which one of the partners, or both, are infertile? Are the legally bound couples that voluntarily choose not to raise children not married? What are they?
You do not have the right- No one has the right- to demean the value of a relationship for not being, of all things, able to "pump out" a baby. Hundreds of couples, gay or straight or other, out there long to be able to raise children of their own, children birthed, and are unable to. Couples that adopt are not worth less for the choices they'd made; in fact, they've probably made better the life of a child that already exists.
You are not one to judge a relationship for the partners that are involved.