• You're asking for evidence, when the only arguments here are prejudice and bigotry.
  • I don't think it's a question of rather it would destroy hetro marriages, but its an argument based on marriage is fairly defined as a religious ceremony between man and woman. I always thought it just relied heavily on the term that caused outrage and generalizations. Kinda like if there was a holiday for clubbing baby seals and someone dubbed it christmas.
  • I do not believe there is any solid evidence - but I am sure you'll get many opinions and judgements with a question like this.....
  • Impossible because the proof exists only in the minds of ultra-conservative religious people who hold a very narrow, rigid view of marriage. Now, if you could somehow look inside their imaginations, you could photograph the doomsday scenarios they envision. That's about the only evidence you'll ever get. Great question Watson.
  • Sorry, but I don't think you'll find any. And it seems like us heteros have been doing a fantastic job of destroying the sanctity of marriage all on our own. Who was the last gay person railroaded into getting married because they knocked-up their partner? Thank you, Your Honor. Defense rests.
  • I've followed this from the begining in the 1980's and the original argument was that married couples had perks from insurance companies, morgage lender etc. I really think that if theses were called civil unions that had the same perks as a marrige, less ppl would oppose it. Most ppl against have a problem with the word 'marrige' as it is defined in the majority of our society
  • There is no such evidence. Every argument I've ever heard against gay marriage, or any kind of equal rights for LGBT people, are based on bigotry, lies, assumptions and stereotypes.
  • Been out gay bashing lately, eh?

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