But Sex Is Sex, the Essential Foundation of Authentic Marriage by Tyler Blanski
If two people love each other, they should be able to get married, right? This is the popular logic for so-called gay marriage. "Love is love." What if the slogan is gibberish? It is not a definition or even a description of love, and it certainly is not an intelligible proposition or premise in an argument. An apple is an apple, but it does not follow that a McIntosh is a crabapple is applesauce is apple cider is apple pie. A wide variety of loves dovetail in marriage, it's true, but is there a "marital love" distinguishable from ot . . .
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