Generational gap - younger generation accepts gay marriage - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • anonymous
    • 10.05.12 | 18:15 (IDT)

    A family can be two men or two women with children; the younger generation is more familiar with this definition. Mitt Romney seems to believe in only a man and a woman (where does he stand on any gay rights)? The Mormons did have a problem with polygamy, and when Utah became a state, they did have to follow the law against polygamy. I don't think accepting gay marriage will lead the way to accepting polygamy, although this is an argument being brought forth.

    from the article: Israel's LGBT community praises Obama's support for same-sex marriage
    First published 15:37 10.05.12 | Last updated 15:37 10.05.12
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