Marriage

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Marriage

A legal union between one man and one woman as husband and wife.
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This will make the redefinition of marriage more contested in the
19) This article will focus on the adverse effects that the redefinition of marriage will have to women over time.
The United States and some European countries have imposed this redefinition of marriage.
They intend to threaten and cajole the poor countries of Africa and Latin America, Central America and Asia to accept a redefinition of marriage.
In addition, Randy Page, director of public relations at Bob Jones University, said, "the Court clearly overstepped its proper role as nothing in the Constitution of the United States mandates a nationwide redefinition of marriage.
And Jeremy Lefroy (Con Stafford) asked Ms Miller: "Can she unequivocally guarantee freedom of conscience and speech to my constituents, at work and elsewhere, allowing them to disagree publicly with the redefinition of marriage without sanction by their employers?
4) This is a redefinition of marriage, accomplished well before the advent of same-sex marriage.
It's a small group of activist judges and frankly a small handful of states and these liberal special interest groups that are intent on a redefinition of marriage on the nation, for all of us, which I adamantly oppose," Perry said.
I wonder: Will the fiercest resistance to a Supreme Court redefinition of marriage come from the only state whose admission to the union was delayed because of its own deviations from the one man, one woman formula?
London, Ontario] Bishop Ronald Fabbro believes the Church needs to actively respond to "alarming" societal changes regarding the family in the wake of the redefinition of marriage.
Political theorist Seana Segrue criticizes the ongoing redefinition of marriage from the union of one man and one woman to the union of two consenting adults.