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Should romance and sexuality continue to have legal privilege in society

Asked by: MasturDbtor
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  • Being romantically or sexually involved with one another should not give people special privileges

    Which is exactly what the concept of "marriage" implies. If two (or more) people who are just friends want to live together and maybe raise a family why should they have less legal rights than people who are in love or sexually intimate? "Marriage" should be stricken from mention in our laws and replaced with "civil unions" and available to any number of people but with limitations on the extent of rights as the group gets larger to prevent certain abuses (i.E. Testimony privileges and green cards).


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