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Published On: Wed, Apr 29th, 2015

LGBT actvists fail to define marriage at rally, answers questions on polygamy

photo Marcus Werthmann

photo Marcus Werthmann

As the oral arguments began over gay marriage before the US Supreme Court. Most suppporters sounded hopeful of a verdict opening up America for widespread approval of same-sex marriages, but could do little to fully define marriage, or what should be the determination on polygamy, beastiality and other relationships.

“At the rally, gay rights activists argued that same-sex couples across the U.S. should be able to legally marry because ‘love is love’ and knows no bounds, but their answers varied when it came down to offering marriage a new definition, especially when asked to consider the practice of polygamy,” the MRC writes.

Clearly revealed in the video by MRC, see below, “Some demonstrators defined marriage as a covenant and/or legal agreement between strictly two people who love each other:”

“Clearly, covenant love is between one person and one person,” one activist said.

“Traditional marriage is two people who love each other,” said another. “We’re not talking about anything else.”

“My basic golden rule is, are you harming yourself or others?” a demonstrator said.

“If we can come to a determination … that [polygamists are] not harming themselves or others, then I am for any law of any stripe.”

“I definitely agree in equality for all,” stated another, “and I definitely don’t think it’s okay to discriminate against polygamists.”

The Supreme Court will continue hearing oral arguments for the same-sex marriage case this week with a ruling expected in June.

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