A reporter in The Australian mentioned "How hurtful the debate got for [the alphabet soup]" when SSM was discussed in Ireland.
to the hurt to children who are likely to be isolated from at least one
parent by government fiat, for the surrogate mothers in third world
countries who are exploited by homosexual couples who admit that they
are sexually inert and cannot produce children; so have to buy them, for
the people drawn into the commoditisation of children. They are the
hurts, but there is a flip side:
The humour of
people who engage in sham sex thinking that their private gymnastics
have the social significance of couples whose real sexual intercourse
often produces new life and thus the next generation.
that people with aberrant sexual dysfunction which represents a genetic
dead end need a little badge from the government to tell them they are
really truly OK, just like non-aberrant people, who are really truly OK.
homosexual practitioners wanted the law out of their bedrooms. Now they
force their bedroom antics into the main street at every turn.