People are crazy

There is proof for this, check here. If you don’t procreate, your marriage should be annulled. What’s next? Eat all your veggies or you will have to give up one of your kidneys?

I have a very successful and happy marriage with my JBQ, but I don’t think we will be having children any time soon because of my bad health (which has forced my body to not ovulate lately, hence my recent hormone problems). Should my marriage get annulled because I got unlucky in life? I don’t think so.

Besides, the more children people do, the more we fuck up the planet with all these billions of people. We have overpopulated this small planet and so making children should not by any means be a requirement.


JBQ wrote on February 6th, 2007 at 9:26 AM PST:

No, all they want to do it to make a political point. Their goes is not to get the law passed, it’s to show that tying marriage to procreation (which has been raised as part of the debate on same-sex marriage) is the wrong metric.

Billy wrote on February 6th, 2007 at 9:54 AM PST:

Exactly, as JBQ said. They’re just trying to point out the flaws in one “gay marriage is wrong” argument by showing the absurd implications of the logic.

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Eugenia wrote on February 7th, 2007 at 2:42 AM PST:

Hopefully, I won’t be paying taxes just so some people can fund their ‘prove a point’ campaign — even if I am pro-gay marriage.

Dan Brokeau wrote on February 7th, 2007 at 4:24 AM PST:

Regardless of the point of this, I’m ashamed to be from this state. California ain’t looking so bad after all.

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