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  1. Gary says

    “They love each other, sure, but their love is of a quotidian ‘honey can you pick up some bread on the way home from work’ variety that’s launched a billion midlife crises. But it’s important to read about these particular bores because they are the apotheosis of the modern drive toward same-sex marriage….” RCB

  2. Gary says

    “They love each other, sure, but their love is of a quotidian ‘honey can you pick up some bread on the way home from work’ variety that’s launched a billion midlife crises. But it’s important to read about these particular bores because they are the apotheosis of the modern drive toward same-sex marriage….

  3. Miguel R. says

    @Gary. I don’t understand what your comment means generally. I don’t understand who the antecedent of “They” is. I don’t understand how a variety of love can “launch” a crisis. I don’t understand what you mean by the word ‘apotheosis’ (you might want to look up the word- I don’t think it means what you think it means.) I don’t understand why your comment is in quotation marks. So many questions.

  4. says

    @Gary – I think I understand part of what you’re saying. Gay rights have been in some ways reduced to same-sex marriage, it’s rights and privileges. Marriage isn’t and shouldn’t be the end, and it does correct some glaring inequalities that have very practical effects.

    It’s an integration strategy that isn’t right for all of us, but it is a start to gaining equal legitimacy for our relationships.

  5. Diogenes Arktos says

    @The Queen: Thank you very much.

    @Gary: I, also, have no clue what you’re trying to say. It’s too early to be drinking. BTW – who is RCB?

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