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Kerry

You make this assertion: Why do I believe this? In large part, it's founded upon the belief that individuals do not choose their attraction to the opposite sex or same sex; somehow, it's inborn. Thus, no matter what laws or recognition we have for gay marriage, few individuals will be swayed into "becoming heterosexuals" because the benefits of legal gay marriage or civil unions are not available to them.

Do you have evidence? Yours is a common assetion. That an assertion is common is neither proof nor evidence of validity. If policy is to be forced by law onto an institution that is inborn, should there not be compelling evidence? (I have a dog in this fight, but might be persuaded to keep him home.)

lucy

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lucy

thanks this really helped me.

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