Incest and the next frontier for civil and human rights

This is painfully sad and pervertedly sick at the same time. New York magazine: "What It’s Like to Date Your Dad." The story begins talking about biological relatives reunited after adoption and the sexual attraction that can occur (some research suggests that in half of all cases one of the relatives feels a Genetic Sexual Attraction or GSA). The bulk of the [...]

2015-01-19T10:02:42-05:00January 19, 2015|Soconvivium|

Having a wife and kid is labeled an ‘alternative lifestyle’

Mollie Hemingway of The Federalist notes that NBC is called an "alternative lifestyle." The NBC headline states: "“David Wise’s alternative lifestyle leads to Olympic gold.” The story reports: At only twenty-three years old, he has a wife, Alexander, who was waiting patiently in the crowd, and together they have a two-year-old daughter waiting for them to return to their home in Reno, [...]

2014-02-19T20:54:06-05:00February 19, 2014|Soconvivium|

Self-marriage: it was only a matter of time

This story is more than a year old but Acculturated is reporting it and I haven't noticed it before: A 36-year-old North Dakota woman who married herself in a commitment ceremony last March has now spoken about her self-marriage choice in an interview with Anderson Cooper. The marriage took place among friends and family who were encouraged to “blow kisses to the world” after she exchanged [...]

2013-10-01T11:34:46-04:00October 1, 2013|Soconvivium|

Limited government and restricting definition of marriage

There is a unique argument by William J. Haun at First Things on why those who believe in limited government should oppose expanding the definition of marriage to include same-sex couples. It sounds counter-intuitive, but it is not. Haun says that, "The new basis of marriage, same-sex marriage advocates tell us, is not procreation or sexual difference, but love. For them, the personal promises [...]

2012-11-13T09:05:43-05:00November 13, 2012|Soconvivium|
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