Homosexual marriage, incest … What’s next?

Wednesday, April 28, 2021
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

lesbian relationshipThe 2015 court decision that redefined marriage continues to take society down a slippery slope.

The U.S. ruled nearly six years ago in the Obergefell case that same-gender couples have a right to marry. Pundits at the time said it was the beginning of a slippery slope, and Mary Beth Waddell, director of federal affairs for the Family Research Council (FRC), tells One News Now the definitions of marriage and family have since deteriorated to the point where now a man in New York is suing for the right to marry his adult daughter.

Waddell says there is a difference between husband/wife love and father/daughter love, and if a pregnancy results from a father/daughter relationship, then the child could suffer.

Waddell

"There's very significant [risks], both psychologically and physically -- shorter life spans … as we saw in the royal blood lines of old that tried to be -- quote, unquote -- 'pure' and had numerous psychological and physical ailments," Waddell points out.

She wonders what could be next, because where this "love is love" train wants to go remains to be seen.

"We're seeing the redefinition of what it means to be a man and a woman, and now we're wanting to redefine what it is to be a parent -- what is the parent/child relationship, what is the spousal relationship, what should it look like, [and] what should the boundaries around it be," the FRC spokeswoman relays. "Then you have discussions of polyamory and having more than two individuals in a relationship."

So considering the fact that the courts legalized same-gender marriage, lawsuits to legalize polygamy could be next.

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