Did you really think it would stop with homosexual marriage? Christians and other moral/rational observers have been asking this question for years: once the definition of marriage is “broadened” to include two people of the same sex, where does it stop?
The answer? It doesn’t. Once you decide that marriage is merely a concept, a man-made construct – rather than the God-created, time tested, only stable foundation for civilization that it is – the train has left the station and there is no last stop. The only limit is that of the imagination of the debauched mind of man.
Enter the “throuple”. In Thailand, three men have entered into marital bliss together. What’s that you say? Three people can’t get married? That’s not a marriage? Oh, you little bigot. What makes your narrow, discriminatory definition of man-woman man-man woman-woman the “right” one?
As one of the grooms stated, “[s]ome people may not agree and are probably amazed by our decision, but we believe many people do understand and accept our choice. Love is love, after all.”
And he’s right. The three men are being applauded by many. One facebook post reportedly got over 50,000 likes.
But what about the social chaos that a third (and a fourth and a fifth and a sixth…) definition of marriage would bring? What about the detrimental effects on children? Doesn’t matter. People deserve to be happy. It’s all that matters, right? Love is love, after all.
I believe that (some of) the world’s rush to celebrate homosexual behavior is not so much an acceptance of that behavior as it is a way to make acceptable their own perversion. If homosexuality is acceptable, so is adultery and pederasty and necrophilia and, and, and.
If nothing is perversion, then everything is.
And if everything is marriage, then nothing is.
So what’s next? Google “polyamory”.