Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Are Same-Sex Couples Anti-Diversity?

Our friend Bruce makes a good point about "diversity". While the other side preaches it, traditionalists practice it. He writes:

Our Constitution is already against gay marriage: "Equality under the law shall not be denied or abridged because of sex." (www.Constitution.MA*) The Constitution is about gender equality, about being inclusive, like the uniquely inclusive equality and gender diversity of one man + one woman!

In contrast, gay men categorically exclude women, just because women are different, in the name of "love" (and vice-versa). In fact, they say it is genetic. Imagine a genetic defect that biases a person to always be partial to one's own gender and denies and abridges gender equality, when it comes to 'love"! This is why homosexual "love" is called a perversion. This is gender-bias discrimination. This is diversity intolerance. This is unconstitutional gender bigotry.

*Note from MassResistance: If you search the Mass. Constitution, it doesn't mention "same-sex marriage". It does, however, mention "marriage" once, and says that only the Governor and Legislature (NOT the Supreme Judicial Court) have the authority to address matters of marriage:

Article V. All causes of marriage, divorce, and alimony, and all appeals from the judges of probate shall be heard and determined by the governor and council, until the legislature shall, by law, make other provision.