Concepts like gay rights, sexual minority, and homophobia currently saturate our culture and permeate our schools. These terms illustrate the success of pro-gay activists in generating politicized science and exploiting social psychology.
The Supreme Court of the United States is now considering whether to override First Amendment rights in order to meet the demands of gay activists for so-called “marriage equality.”
Homosexual marriage can only become reality if the Court discards our specified constitutional rights in favor of some alleged right that doesn’t exist, yet is claimed by gay activists. Even use of the term “rights” frames the discussion with a false premise: Homosexuals are either entitled to or are being deprived of something.
But, there is no such thing as the right for men to marry men or women to marry women, just as underage minors may not marry, parents may not marry their children, and siblings may not marry each other. Neither can a person marry more than one person at a time or marry inanimate objects or animals.
Same-sex marriage is not about equality; it is about power. It is not about truth or the right to love or taxes or legal benefits. It is not about redefining or expanding marriage, but undoing it. It is about gaining the full force of law to silence dissent and require conformance and validation by every citizen.