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PROPOSED OPINION OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES

By john.a.wills ·
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Marriage is essentially a license to copulate. Two people of the same sex cannot copulate and therefore have no interest in marriage. A right for them to marry cannot therefore be found in the Constitution or elsewhere.
If a State, with other interests than copulation, registers domestic partnerships or other arrangements of same-sex couples, even perhaps calling such arrangements "marriage", those arrangements do not constitute marriage and must for purposes of Article IV Section 1 of the Constitution not be so considered. A State without registration of such arrangements is therefore not obliged to recognize as marriage an arrangement made in another State, nor to recognize any rights or duties emanating from the arrangement.
Same-sex couples engaging in domestic partnerships or similar arrangements, whether or not with registration by a State may usually be assumed to be planning to engage in simulated copulation, also characterizable as mutual masturbation or gross indecency. Many people consider such behavior, regardless of the sexes of the participants, to be immoral. To compel those so considering to participate in some way in the celebration of such behavior, or to facilitate it, violates the First Amendment to the Constitution: any law compelling such participation or facilitation is therefore unconstitutional.

OPINION OF THIS TR MEMBER

It is a great pity that the Supreme Court will, instead of such a simple, straightforward and logically compelling Opinion, issue 1000 or so pages of unconvincing and either irrelevant or peripheral considerations.

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