Quote Of The Day

“To me, the only argument against gay marriage worth taking seriously is simply this: we have an institution which is vital enough to appear in almost all known human societies, and while the forms can differ greatly, it seems to always and everywhere take the form of a contract between a man and a woman. Assuming that social structures go through some pretty hefty darwinian selection, that’s important data. We could be in the position of a mad scientist who thinks that if two arms are good, eight would be better . . . only to find that his top-heavy creature cannot stand on its own feet”. —Jane Galt, arguing that justification for gay marriage can be justification for polygamy

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