The Supreme Court undermined marriage, effectively making it open season on religious liberty in America — and providing the Court’s blessing to a redefinition of marriage that is opposed to the Will of God, basic human nature, and the U.S. Constitution.
With its decision, the Court has found a “civil right” where none exists. Thanks to the Supreme Court’s majority, LGBT activists and their allies are now free to continue their state-sanctioned discrimination against social conservatives. In fact, they have been empowered to do so. This is no surprise, however, as such policies have become the norm in the Obama administration and in states across the nation, where state-sanctioned discrimination against religious and social conservatives is fully accepted.
Perhaps the worst consequence of the Court’s decision is its promotion of damaging sexual relationships — which are, like discrimination, now empowered all across America. Contrary to what the Court’s liberals and many other judges believe, opposition to redefining marriage is based upon love — the kind of tough love that requires a parent to tell their child to not play in traffic, or to get good grades.
Science has proven that sexual relationships between persons of the same-sex, as opposed to the God-ordained man-woman marital relationships, cause terrible harm to those in them. To quote former leading Canadian LGBT activist Gens Hellquist, speaking to government officials a few years after marriage was redefined in Canada:
We have one of the poorest health statuses in this country. Health issues affecting queer Canadians include lower life expectancy than the average Canadian, suicide, higher rates of substance abuse, depression, inadequate access to care and HIV/AIDS.
There are all kinds of health issues that are endemic to our community. We have higher rates of anal cancer in the gay male community, lesbians have higher rates of breast cancer.
Hellquist closed his testimony by saying that he was “tired of watching my community die.” In this country, the Centers for Disease Control has shown that while men who have sex with men are perhaps two percent of the U.S. population, they make up nearly two-thirds of all HIV/AIDS victims.
Similarly, social science — especially the work of Dr. Mark Regnerus and Dr. Paul Sullins — has shown that children raised by same-sex parents are more emotionally damaged than their counterparts raised in homes led by a mom and a dad.