Originally Posted by Cute 'n' Fuzzy Bunny
Here's another funny question. A number of countries around the world allow gay marriage. If all the gay couples in the US go get married in another country and then come back here, has the sanctity of marriage still been ruined?
I dont usually quote my own posts, but I thought about this some more.
Since some gay couples have already been married in this country, has that permanently resulted in the destruction of the sanctity of marriage?
If its not permanent, does having a reglious right politician putting out a bill and people voting that the marriages were illegal put the sanctity back? or just some of it? Whats the cut off point?
If gay couples getting married in other states or countries is permitted, how much sanctity does that damage? Is it distance based, numerically based, or is the relative 'flamboyancy' of the couple considered?
If a thousand gay couples get married on the same day, is that worse than a thousand getting married in a thousand successive days? Does it wear off after a while? Is there an expiration date on the sanctity reduction?
Wow, the sheer range of questions boggles my mind...