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Group Marriage in Brazil

In October, three women in Brazil formed a civil union under the authority of a notary public. http://www.ahmedabadmirror.com/news/world/Brazilian-female-trio-get-hitched/articleshow/49612172.cms In March, three men in Thailand in Thailand had a ceremony for their own group marriage. https://benjaminunseth.wordpress.com/2015/03/06/group-marriage/

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Redefining Marriage: Group Marriage

Group marriage is a next logical step in our culture’s redefining of marriage. An early step is a religious group marriage in Thailand this week, not yet recognized by civil law. How many people can share in a group marriage? … Continue reading

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The Normalization of Incest

A major Hollywood director is pushing a film with an incestuous hero and has declared his support for incest. Add that onto a sympathetic California Supreme Court and ambiguous words from a super celebrity. What will the next step be? … Continue reading

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Sarah Jessica Parker and the Chief Justice

Ms. Sex in the City sounds just like the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of California. The actress and the judge have cracked the door open for marriage that is taboo today—incest, polygamy, man-boy, woman-girl. Tomorrow will be a … Continue reading

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