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05/09/2014

KY versus equality: Protect the sanctity of Pampers

by Jeremy Hooper

I always "love" the weird idea that marriage equality is somehow going to create more gay people than already exist, and therefore decrease the population of a world that has nothing close to that problem. That's the basic argument that the Kentucky governor's outside counsel is using against our equality in the Bluegrass State:

KENTUCKY: Governor's Brief Says Gay Marriage Will Cause Birth Rates To Drop [Joe.My.God]

If there's one thing I'm sure of in life, it's that men and women are going to keep having sex. Oftentimes with each other.

Then again, the anti-equality viewpoint is pretty much a dry well at this point. That being true, I guess there are worse tactics than trying to convince young obstetrics students that they won't be able to afford their midlife crisis sports car.

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