Why Gay Marriage Is Exclusionary

The reason I read Catholic League releases is that BillDo’s stage persona, that of the hypersensitive apoplectic paranoiac stamping his little feet is amusing. Lately, though, he’s been in a bit of a slump, his tirades not quite over the top enough to be funny.

So I was pleased to see this item from last week:

For all the happy talk about inclusion, gay marriage is positively exclusionary in its effects. How so? Next month we will celebrate Mother’s Day. How do two men tell their legally acquired children that they are excluded from celebrating this special day? How do two women tell their legally acquired children that they are excluded from celebrating Father’s Day?

Stop teh gays from marrying, won’t you? Do it for the children. And for the gay parents who don’t want to explain things to their kids.

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2 Responses to Why Gay Marriage Is Exclusionary

  1. bob says:

    I’ve seen this sort of argument before and I think these people either don’t have kids or never try explain anything to their own kids.

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  2. arensb says:

    Yeah, especially since in this case, I would think the answer would be obvious: “In our family, we have two mommies, so you get a double helping of Mother’s Day. And you can call up grandpa on Father’s Day, since he’s a daddy too.”

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