If “love is love”, why not?
Will the leaders of the 2017 same-sex marriage plebiscite condemn this latest push for “marriage equality”?
News.com.au reports that “an Australian man is pushing to change incest laws in 60 countries, comparing the issue to gay and mixed-race marriage”.
The logic of course holds but re-defining marriage was never about a coherent logic.
An Australian man, Richard Morris, is pushing to change incest laws in about 60 countries, saying he supports the legal push in New York’s Manhattan Federal Court that sexual behaviour between consenting adults “should not be criminalised”.
Fighting for true “marriage equality” is “the right thing to do, isn’t it?” Mr Morris reportedly said.
The leaders of the Yes campaign during the 2017 same-sex marriage plebiscite mocked suggestions that redefining marriage on the basis of “love is love” would open up other possibilities.
If they were telling the truth to the Australian people then, where are they now?