Gay marriage doesn’t last

Gay marriage doesn’t last

A new Dutch study says gay relationships don’t last. Even when compared to run-of-the-mill heterosexual non-married couples in “committed relationships,” gay “committed relationships” are still short. And the study also finds that even in such relationships, the people involved still have an average of eight sexual partners outside the relationship every year.

That’s a marked contrast to heterosexual marriage. Even Vermont’s civil unions haven’t seen anything better. They are still more likely to fail than heterosexual marriage and that gays are much more likely to be unfaithful.

Written by
Domenico Bettinelli
3 comments
  • ON THE SUBJECT OF GAY MARRIAGE:

    Do you think DIVORCE LAWYERS are licking their collective chops over this one?

    Homosexuals tend to be better educated and more affluent than the population in general…

    Can you say, “Cha-Ching!”

    There are many pushing for this who could care less about homosexuals rights, whether it is sinful, an abodmination or otherwise.  They simply see dollar signs.

  • Just wait ‘til my buddy in the Department of Revenue reposesses someone boat, or garnishes a Homosexual Divorcee’s paycheck over lack of alimony…

    Can you say TAX INCREASE… More judges, more DRS, more beaucracy, etc…

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