Now that same-sex marriages are allowed in New York we can expect gay men to marry at the same rate as heterosexuals, right? No? What do you mean gay men don’t actually want to get married?
Men have to be dragged kicking and screaming to the altar – whether they’re straight or gay.
Same-sex couples can begin applying for New York marriage licenses today, but don’t expect to see many gay grooms at City Hall on July 25, when they can actually start tying the knot.
That’s because in the states that have sanctioned same-sex nuptials to date, lesbians have been marrying in much greater numbers than gay men.
In Connecticut, for example, 3,252 lesbian couples have wed since 2008, when same-sex marriage was legalized, compared with just 2,053 gay guys.
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Marital data obtained by The Post show a stark, 3-to-2 ratio of lesbian marriages, compared to all-male unions.
Can we finally stop pretending that gay men are interested in getting “married?” Despite the shockingly high number of gullible people who fell for such nonsense, it’s never been true—and never will be.
Fortunately for homosexual men they won’t have to keep up the ruse too much longer. We are already starting to see the truth—that gay men want society to accept their promiscuous relationships—openly expressed in the media. The only remaining question is whether it will take two years or three before Christians agree that when it comes to sexual partners, more is merrier and monogamy is moribund.