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Massachusetts Gay Marriage

  • Date Submitted: 01/28/2010 09:05 AM
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Sometimes a good predictor of what will happen, is what has happened.   Gay marriage has been legalized in Massachusetts. So how has that worked out? The following is a summary of several changes throughout the state since the legalization of same-sex marriage that have for the most part been completely ignored by the media.



Anyone who thinks that same-sex “marriage” is a benign eccentricity which won’t affect the average person should consider what it has done in Massachusetts.   It has become a hammer to force the acceptance and normalization of homosexuality on everyone. And this train is moving fast. What has happened so far is only the beginning.

On November 18, 2003, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court announced its Goodridge opinion, ruling that it was unconstitutional not to allow same-sex “marriage.” Six months later, homosexual marriages began to be performed.

The public schools

The homosexual “marriage” onslaught in public schools across the state started soon after the November 2003, court decision.

• At my own children\'s high school there was a school-wide assembly to celebrate same-sex “marriage” in early December, 2003. It featured an array of speakers, including teachers at the school who announced that they would be “marrying” their same-sex partners and starting families either through adoption or artificial insemination. Literature on same-sex marriage – how it is now a normal part of society – was handed out to the students.

• Within months it was brought into the middle schools. In September, 2004, an 8th-grade teacher in Brookline, MA, told National Public Radio that the marriage ruling had opened up the floodgates for teaching homosexuality. “In my mind, I know that, `OK, this is legal now.\' If somebody wants to challenge me, I\'ll say, `Give me a break. It\'s legal now,\'” she told NPR. She added that she now discusses gay sex with her students as explicitly as she desires.   For...

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