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lovelife
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11/22/2011 11:32:24 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
Speaking of gray areas and gay stuff....
what about marriage between a man and someone who was born male but had a sex change?
What if they appear to both be male?
If I get married to a guy, and then have a sex change, would the marriage be nullified?
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badger
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11/22/2011 11:39:17 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 11/22/2011 11:32:24 AM, lovelife wrote:
Speaking of gray areas and gay stuff....
what about marriage between a man and someone who was born male but had a sex change?
What if they appear to both be male?
If I get married to a guy, and then have a sex change, would the marriage be nullified?

ammmm.... would the guy disappearing count as nullifying it?
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Ore_Ele
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11/22/2011 11:44:35 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 11/22/2011 11:32:24 AM, lovelife wrote:
Speaking of gray areas and gay stuff....
what about marriage between a man and someone who was born male but had a sex change?
What if they appear to both be male?
If I get married to a guy, and then have a sex change, would the marriage be nullified?

Depends on the laws of the state that you live in. But if the state recognizes you as a different sex and doesn't recognize same sex marriage, that will nullify the marriage.
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lovelife
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11/22/2011 11:53:04 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 11/22/2011 11:44:35 AM, Ore_Ele wrote:
At 11/22/2011 11:32:24 AM, lovelife wrote:
Speaking of gray areas and gay stuff....
what about marriage between a man and someone who was born male but had a sex change?
What if they appear to both be male?
If I get married to a guy, and then have a sex change, would the marriage be nullified?

Depends on the laws of the state that you live in. But if the state recognizes you as a different sex and doesn't recognize same sex marriage, that will nullify the marriage.

Wouldn't that be unethical tho?
Just more reason to get all this bs out of the way and make marriage be nothing but renewable temporary contracts ranging from three months to 5 years.
Gah >.<

Which reminds me of something I had set up in my head...
a same sex couple gets married in New York, and then moves to Oklahoma. They do not receive any benefits and then seek a divorce to marry someone of the opposite sex for convenience it is not allowed because the marriage isn't allowed to be recognized. So the couple decides to marry people of the opposite sex too...
if they move out of Oklahoma, say to Washington D.C....would they be "guilty" of polygamy?

To opponents of same sex marriage in favor of "traditional" marriage, which would be worse to accept, same sex marriage in every state, or allowing polygamy?
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Ore_Ele
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11/22/2011 1:42:12 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 11/22/2011 11:53:04 AM, lovelife wrote:
At 11/22/2011 11:44:35 AM, Ore_Ele wrote:
At 11/22/2011 11:32:24 AM, lovelife wrote:
Speaking of gray areas and gay stuff....
what about marriage between a man and someone who was born male but had a sex change?
What if they appear to both be male?
If I get married to a guy, and then have a sex change, would the marriage be nullified?

Depends on the laws of the state that you live in. But if the state recognizes you as a different sex and doesn't recognize same sex marriage, that will nullify the marriage.

Wouldn't that be unethical tho?
Just more reason to get all this bs out of the way and make marriage be nothing but renewable temporary contracts ranging from three months to 5 years.
Gah >.<

Which reminds me of something I had set up in my head...
a same sex couple gets married in New York, and then moves to Oklahoma. They do not receive any benefits and then seek a divorce to marry someone of the opposite sex for convenience it is not allowed because the marriage isn't allowed to be recognized. So the couple decides to marry people of the opposite sex too...
if they move out of Oklahoma, say to Washington D.C....would they be "guilty" of polygamy?

To opponents of same sex marriage in favor of "traditional" marriage, which would be worse to accept, same sex marriage in every state, or allowing polygamy?

If you moved back, you'd just have to get the second marriage annulled, and I'd almost bet that they would have a process for it.
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Cerebral_Narcissist
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11/22/2011 2:34:46 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 11/22/2011 11:32:24 AM, lovelife wrote:
Speaking of gray areas and gay stuff....
what about marriage between a man and someone who was born male but had a sex change?
What if they appear to both be male?
If I get married to a guy, and then have a sex change, would the marriage be nullified?

I think we have established that marriage laws are pretty silly.
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11/22/2011 6:05:24 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
Transpeople aren't homosexuals so it isn't "gay marriage" - isn't illegal.

In the United Kingdom your marriage would be the same as if nothing had happened.
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