Posted by burnsy483 on 4/4/2013 12:29:00 PM (view original):
For some reason, I thought you meant the argument, and not the actual legalization of it.
Yea, I don't think so. I don't think there will be a big enough outcry for it, because some a small minority of people would want it. I think I've heard 10% of people are homosexual. Not all of them want to get married, are are out, but it's a much larger percentage than those who would want to marry multiple people. I would think. That, and there are other obvious issues, ones that you've brought up. So, no, I don't think that's happening.
If the primary argument is "equality", and I much prefer that to "happy people", I think we have to accept what equality means. I have no idea how many people are bisexual or how many bisexuals would like to get married. But, if there's just one threesome that wants it, it has to be approved under the umbrella of "equality" for SSM. Unless, of course, far more people think like you in that one person loving two dilutes the relationship so deeply that it no longer qualifies as a "marriage".
Which, as you know, I think is ridiculously hypocritical and wrong.