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Would you create a no sex before Marriage law in the United States?

Asked by: broncosrule1999
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  • Invasion of privacy

    In Lawrence v. Texas(2003), the Supreme Court declared it unconstitutional to prohibit intimate relationships between two consenting adults. Creating a law that requires people to be married before they have sex would violate the separation of church and state, not everybody in this country is religious. In fact, the number of people in this country drifting away from organized religion is rising. And beginning with the sexual revolution of the 1960s, premarital sex has become much more prevalent.

  • Unconstitutional: against 1st, 4th, 14th amendment

    It goes against the first amendment as the US Congress cannot make a law for a particular religion, including religious moralities and/or customs. "Separation of Church and State". This bill would most likely never pass, and even if it did, it's destruction would be guaranteed due to its obvious unconstitutionality l.

  • Unconstitutional 1st, 4th, 14th amendment

    It goes against the first amendment as the US Congress cannot make a law for a particular religion, including religious moralities and/or customs. "Separation of Church and State". This bill would never pass, and even if it did people would challenge its constitutionality and thus it would be trashed as soon as it came into existence.

  • No. I don't think the government has any authority in marriage or any person's sex life.

    I believe marriage to be a religious ceremony. A contract isn't marriage. (repeating to fill stupid word requirement)

    I believe marriage to be a religious ceremony. A contract isn't marriage. (repeating to fill stupid word requirement)

    I believe marriage to be a religious ceremony. A contract isn't marriage. (repeating to fill stupid word requirement)

  • None of the government's business

    Aside from the fact that I could cite a litany of case law and Constitutional arguments that would clearly demonstrate that such a law would be an invasion of privacy, it's simply none of the government's business. We have a real problem in this country of the government putting its hands in every aspect of our lives, and allowing it into this most intimate of aspects would be the final sign of surrendering our freedom.

    Posted by: SM29
  • It goes against the 14th Amendment.

    The 14th Amendment protects the rights of life and liberty and the Lawrence vs. Texas law which you cannot arrest consenting Adults having sex in there own homes and it would not change anything everyone would hide and By the 4th Amendment you cannot search the house without a search warrant.


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Skeptical1 says2016-09-12T10:02:52.870
How about a no sex after marriage law?
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