Not everyone in my generation is comfortable with same sex marriage. For those of us that were denied our fathers and understand the impact it had, we shiver when we read things like this:
Redefining marriage would diminish the social pressures and incentives for husbands to remain with their wives and their biological children, and for men and women to marry before having children. The concern is not so much that a relatively small number of gay or lesbian couples would be raising children; rather, it would be difficult for the law to send a message that fathers matter when the law has redefined marriage to make fathers optional.
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