27 March 2013

The Camel's Slope

Look, it's not rocket surgery.
 So long as the married condition is given special condition in law, all laws about marriage will be prejudicial.
To the extent that laws dictate definitions of marriage, those laws will be prejudicial.
Postulated:  Marriage and law are independent creatures.

Lookit - I know polyamorous groups.  I know some polygamists.  They are all, without fail, miserable .  But I'm not.

In societies which support polygamy there will inevitably exist a disenfranchised substantial group of young men suffering from what I am informed is a condition of lackofnookie.  They are not happy.  They have names like Mohammed or Abdul, and their last words tend to be "Allahu Ackbar".

See where I'm going with this?

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