Public school board defends student’s ‘pink day’ poster championing polygamy

May 2, 2014 by

By Peter Baklinski, LifeSite News The Toronto District School Board (TDSB) is defending an allegedly student-created poster that appears to celebrate polygamy as part of the school’s “Pink Day” promoting diversity. Titled "King Eddie Pink Day 2014," the poster includes two sets of trademark circular symbols that indicate either male or female. Each set linked together has three symbols, one-male-with-two-females and one-female-with-two-males. “Same...

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Will approving same-sex marriage lead to approving polygamy?

May 1, 2014 by

by Ian Paul, Psephizo Last week I posted a link to the Daily Mail article which announced: Here comes the bride. And another one. And another one! Meet world’s first married lesbian THREESOME . . . and they’re expecting a baby due in July. It went on to put the word ‘married’ in inverted commas, since they live in Massachusetts, where marriage can only be between two people. But it did detail how:   [...]  There seems to be a number of strands to this: a sense...

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Marriage is under attack – Archbishop Wabukala

Apr 10, 2014 by

From the Kenya Star Anglican Church of Kenya Archbishop Reverend Eliud Wabukala has said the institution of marriage is under attack from both foreign and local forces. In a statement, Rev Wabukala said, marriage is under attack from outside the country with the West and sections of the Anglican Church pressuring the ACK to treat homosexuality as a human right. Wabukala stated that “ this is to cheapen rights so that they become a demand that we tolerate individual preferences that are...

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And So The Campaign For Polygamy Begins

Feb 25, 2014 by

By Rod Dreher, The American Conservative Now that same-sex marriage is all but a fait accompli in the US — come on, do you really think that Justice Anthony Kennedy is going to miss his chance to be the swing vote on constitutionalizing SSM? — it is time to move on to the next frontier: legalizing polygamy. Many SSM proponents have long been indignant that anybody would suggest that legalizing SSM would lead to legalizing polygamy. They’ve depended on indignation to quiet...

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Judge’s ruling that Kentucky must recognize foreign gay ‘marriages’ may open door to polygamy

Feb 13, 2014 by

By Ben Johnson, LifeSite News A federal judge ruled today that the state of Kentucky must recognize same-sex “marriages” conducted in other states, or even other countries. A legal expert warns the ruling could open the door to recognition of polygamous marriages contracted in foreign nations. U.S. District Judge John G. Heyburn II of the Western District of Kentucky ruled that, while the state did not have to conduct same-sex “marriages” itself, it must grant full...

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The End of Morality Laws? Not Exactly

Jan 13, 2014 by

By Albert Mohler oes the legalization of same-sex marriage and polygamy mean the end of all morality laws? George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley thinks so, and he openly celebrates the death of all morals legislation—or, at least he says he does. Turley was the lead counsel in the “Sister Wives” case in Utah that legalized polygamy in that state last month, a reversal of the very morals legislation that the U. S. government required of Utah for that...

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