Wednesday, May 06, 2009

Real marriage is not the Maine thing anymore

I'm sad to find out that today Maine has allowed gay "marriage". Of course, this is not true marriage, but rather a legal term with no backing from natural law. It's an unfortunate situation. And what makes it worse is that people didn't vote for it, it was mandated on them. Let's hope that Maine will reverse this situation soon.


  1. Same in Sweden - not to your sprprise I suppose...

  2. Thanks for the comment. I think Sweden is a lovely country. I've never been there, but I'd like to visit. I guess I'm not surprised with a lot of countries these days, but mostly I am saddened by their actions. Canada actually legalized gay marriage before Sweden did, so I wouldn't say we're morally superior or anything.

  3. Yes, from what I've heard Canada is very liberal too. Sweden is, as you say, a lovely country in many ways (I love the nature here, it's absolutely stunning - I'll e-mail you some pictures later) but unfortunately moral leaves a lot to wish for here!

    Lately I have noticed a growing openness to spirituality (I wrote a post about that in my blog btw) so I have a good feeling for the future despite what's happening at the moment!