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The unconstitutionality of same-sex marriage becomes obvious, if the society understands ‘what is sex’, ‘what is marriage,’ what is a constitution’ and ‘how the latter was adopted by different nations to govern their respective national behaviors’. Specifically, same-sex proponents are invoking their alleged constitutional rights but forgetting the fact that the ‘types of sex and marriage’ they are promoting are not within the ambit of the present constitutions.
In fact, same-sex marriage is a misnomer or a misplaced terminology or ideology. In short, same-sex marriage, which is even bereft of any sexual basis, is grossly unconstitutional.
Further, it is possible that same-sex advocates will be just be finally found to be spiritually and psychologically confused of their aberrant nature, which can still be helped by society not by making their aberrant proposition as constitutionally valid but by way of advise, either psychological, medical or spiritual.
Above are without prejudice to discovery of treatments that may be published later by theologians, physiologists, researchers and scientists ‘to treat the said aberrant behavior’.
Furthermore, if same-sex proponents insist on their proposition, they should be logically required to adopt and pass their own constitution to make their oral or anal sex appearing constitutional. (more…)