Get a load of this article in the Weekly Standard by Sam Schulmann. Here's a sample:
This most profound aspect of marriage–protecting and controlling the sexuality of the child-bearing sex–is its only true reason for being, and it has no equivalent in same-sex marriage.
And here's something to offend heterosexuals:
Few men would ever bother to enter into a romantic heterosexual marriage–much less three, as I have done–were it not for the iron grip of necessity that falls upon us when we are unwise enough to fall in love with a woman other than our mom.Is it just me, or has anyone else noted the weirdly abstract quality of so much anti-gay intellectual argument? This essay is a particularly notable example.
Hat tip to Atrios.
Check out Toujourdan's post about gay life in Saudi Arabia. It reads like a religious right wet dream, especially the police for "The Promotion of Virtue and The Prevention of Vice."