I'm 22, married, and a minarchist libertarian. If you don't like what I have to say, then you're more than welcome to hop your ass right off my page. I'd say thanks for stopping by, but I really don't care.
I don’t necessarily oppose it… I oppose calling it “marriage” because that brings in a religious factor, which can’t be present in a homosexual relationship. Both sides constantly argue about it, but neither one can find any happy medium when there is an obvious one…
My solution is to refer to any such relationship as a civil union, be it hetero or homo. Like I said, marriage brings in a religious factor, which the government has no business getting involved in. It won’t change anything, per se, with hetero couples because that allows their union to be defined as a marriage speaking in strictly religious terms, but is a civil union to the government. I think this makes all parties equal because everyone can make what they want of it, everyone is equal under the law, and it gets the government further out of religion.
Please repost if you agree and want an idea like this to be something that could be implemented.