As a mother of a gay daughter and sister of a gay brother, I am saddened and outraged that another human being feels they have the authority to say whom my daughter or brother can marry and whether or not it could be called a “marriage”. No one tells ‘you’ who ‘ you’ may choose to fall in love with and marry. My daughter’s dream, as is other girl’s, is to one day stand atop a mountain in a beautiful wedding dress declaring her love to whomever she chooses.
Would you tell her, that’s ok, but you can’t call it a ‘marriage’? What gives anyone that right, and, why do you care? All that
should matter is that your child is happy and in a loving relationship – the rest should be their choice. Who wrote the dictionary definition of ‘marriage’ and/or the ‘law’ and who put them in such a high position to tell anyone whom they should love and cherish?
My God loves everyone equally and does not judge or place boundaries on who a person may love.