‘How will my gay marriage harm your straight one?’ (1)

Feb 8, 2013 by

By Lisa Nolland In the Government’s proposals for ‘Equal’ (?) Marriage, the categories of consummation and adultery are not applicable to SS (same sex) couples. As the proposal stands, ‘married’ SS couples only appear able to commit adultery with someone of the opposite sex. ‘Adultery’ with someone of the same sex will have no legal status.  However, adultery still exists and is an operant category for heterosexual married couples. This double...

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'Equal Marriage' discriminates! It excludes Poly Would-be Marrieds

Jun 21, 2012 by

Poly relationships have recently been featured in the Independent (loving and committed lesbian triad, with a home, children etc). In the blog, Full Marriage Equality, polys claim: ‘Polyamory isn't for everyone, but it is for some. Why should they be denied their right to marry? There isn't a good reason. All denying them their civil rights does is make them second-class citizens based on their love. They're together. That's not going to change. Why not let them...

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A Long, Hard Road: How Reparative Therapy Saved My Life

May 29, 2012 by

Daniel Meir Horowitz*, May 2012, Jonah     There has been much ado in the Jewish media about the idea of Orthodoxy and homosexuality. I have decided to share my personal story for the purpose of letting others know that, despite what so many people claim to “know,” there are options and there is a way out of Same Sex Attraction (SSA).   I was raised in a modern-Orthodox, frum family. I clearly remember in 8th grade being among other boys discussing which girls...

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Has Anyone Really Changed from SSA to OSA? Yes. Me.

May 25, 2012 by

JONAH  May 2012  Bart Roberts  (AM comment:  Below contains material whichi is graphic but in our view honest, truthful and necessary.  These matters must be dealt with; not to address them compounds the problem.)     Introduction by the Author:  A person new to the process of change of sexual orientation bluntly asked me, “Does anyone ever succeed in escaping same-sex attractions (SSA)?  When I responded in the affirmative, he...

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The magazine of the largest Protestant denomination in Canada features a bisexual triad

May 20, 2012 by

This glowing portrayal of a non-religious, 'open' biexual family in the United Church of Canada's 'United Church Observer' indicates how profoundly  the denomination's theological and sexual norms have changed, and the likely future of this branch of Protestantism.  Many believe  TEC is on a similar pathway, though I am not aware that it has come out in public support of active bisexual trios....

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The Slippery Slope at Work

Mar 17, 2012 by

Canada legalized gay 'marriage' in 2005, following the Netherlands (2001) and Belgium (2003).  At the time few understood that  other sexual minorities who made the same claims and on the same basis as gays and lesbians were waiting in the wings. Few seemed to realise that this decision would have profound consequences.  A few of us were concerned about 'the slippery slope', but were written off as...

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