Sunday, June 24, 2018

Check Out the Consanguinamory Wiki

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  1. I am curious. The global definition of marriage should be as follows: "The uniting of consenting individuals in a witnessed ceremony." Why does a marriage have to be witnessed in a ceremony? What about people who think that its between them and god? Why cant people just be married if they choose to call themselves married. Common law? If i ask a woman to be my wife and she accepts, and we live as husband and wife then why do we need a ceremony?

  2. If I have the right to
    We believe everyone has the right to share love, sex, residence, and marriage with any and all consenting adult(s) of their choice, regardless of birth or sexual orientation
    Then i dont need a ceremony. A right means i dont need anybodys permission.Right?

    1. Correct. But if you want legal records of a marriage the participants need to agree to that legal recognition.


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