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The slippery slope to ‘full marriage equality’

The number of groups promoting polyamory is growing.  Two recent examples:

The language used by these groups is often nice-sounding and taps into compassion instincts, such as:

“The larger issue presented … is that we need to allow people to be themselves, without trying to force them through a narrow, hetero-monogamous doorway.”

If the language sounds familiar – it is the same sort of language used by homosexual activists to promote same-sex “marriage”.

The growing prominence of polyamory lobbies should help us recognise what the “marriage equality” debate is about: it is about changing the structure of the natural family.

The next time a “marriage equality” discussion comes up among your friends, it may be helpful to ask them what their thoughts are on polyamory.  Point out that many leading sexual liberation activists have made their intentions clear.

Also don’t forget to point out that Australians are already being treated equally under marriage law. Current marriage laws do not unfairly discriminate against individuals – everyone can get married if they fulfil the criteria of marriage.

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