Wednesday, 6 February 2013

Bisexuality - another elephant in the 'equal marriage' living room

I've added this as another bullet point in the list of things you might want to say from a traditionalist viewpoint on same-sex marriage in the wake of the Commons vote yesterday.

           •          Bisexuality is generally included in the list of alternative ‘sexualities’, along with gay, lesbian and transgendered (hence LGBT). But if marriage is an exclusive sexual relationship, and is only for two people, how does this grant ‘equality’ to bisexuals? On the other hand, if ‘equality’ is the reason for changing our concept of marriage, ought this not to allow either non-fidelity within a marriage of two people or marriages that include more than two people?

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  1. The live long day is done and we are for the dark.