The Gay Moralist
October 25, 2012 2:25 AM Subscribe
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You are likely already familiar with many of the arguments for and against marriage equality but here are cogent arguments for precisely why it is needed, unthreatening, and beneficial; patiently explained by a gay philosopher who recently spent quite a bit of time hanging out with NOM’s co-founder, Maggie Gallagher.Corvino, also known as “The Gay Moralist (for his longtime column of the same name), is chair of the Philosophy Department at Wayne State University in Detroit. He has spoken at over 200 university campuses on ethics, sexuality, and marriage. “My goal is to promote a more thoughtful conversation on these issues,” he says. “Moral concerns should be conversation-starters, not conversation-stoppers.”
The Definition of Marriage
If Gay Marriage, Why Not Polygamy?
Do Children Need a Mother and Father?
Debunking the Regnerus Study
Is Gay Marriage a Threat to Traditional Marriage?
Is Gay Marriage a Threat to Religious Freedom?
Why Marriage? (Why not Civil Unions?)
Are People Who Oppose Gay Marriage Bigots?
Is Homosexuality Unnatural?