Thursday, June 30, 2011

Rhode Island and New Jersey Can Make History

Those of you in Rhode Island and New Jersey need to support the current efforts to bring the same-sex freedom to marry to those states. Civil unions are not enough. These states are also some of the most friendly when it comes to consanguineous sex and relationships.

Perhaps these states can make American history with same-sex consanguineous weddings?

Attention lawmakers: Adopt a Marriage Equality Amendment into your state constitutions. Here’s the suggested language:

The right to marry or to personal consortium shall not be abridged or denied in this state on account of sex, gender, sexual orientation, ancestry, consanguinity, or number of participants.

Lead the way to full marriage equality so that an adult can marry any consenting adults. Don’t treat people as second class citizens due to their sexual orientation or the person or persons they love.
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