Katherine Kersten wrote an excellent op-ed making the case for the MN Marriage Protection Amendment that was published in today’s edition of the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Here’s an excerpt:
“The idea that men and women are interchangeable — fungible — is the unspoken axiom on which the argument for same-sex marriage is based. This idea has profound implications for the way we view the world, the family and human relationships. If same-sex marriage becomes law, all Americans will be required to adopt or conform to this view.
But this will be hard to engineer, because the notion of a unisex reality contradicts both our daily experience and the testimony of human history. That’s why — if same-sex marriage makes its way into law — the strong arm of the state will be required to impose this counterintuitive vision on society.”
Kersten’s full op-ed can be found here and is well-worth reading!