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08/15/2013

New marriage definition: One man, one woman—constant eye contact during sex?!

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2013-08-15 At 1.50.17 Pm An anti-gay politico in Mexico, Ana María Jiménez Ortiz, has determined that gay people should not get marriage because gay people do not face one another during sex:

"Marriage should only be considered as those relationships in which the members have sex facing each other, which does not occur between homosexual couples." (via Joe.My.God)

Without being vulgar, I must begin by noting that she's just plain wrong. As much as I love hearing gay sex described by people who claim to loathe it so, I think Ms. Ortiz might want to leave the expertise to those of us who are quite fond of the same-sex coitus.

But beyond that, what exactly does sex positioning have to do with marriage? I mean, I know these folks love putting a microscope on people's bedrooms, but I'm pretty sure that a vast majority of the world's population would be uncomfortable with an activist determining whether or not their bed game are missionary enough to qualify for a civil license.

And now let me end by abruptly shutting up and getting out of the way. After all, these outspoke foes of equality are really starting to be our best assets.

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