I’ve been posting on a few different message boards for quite some time now and the same topics are always brought up. One of them is homosexual marriage-which I have a few questions about.
I’m of the opinion that homosexuals should be allowed to get married, as there is no good reason (aside from religious) to not allow them to get married.
In any event, I’m not trying to get into a debate over the issue, I’m just trying to find out the answer to whether or not homosexual marriage is legal in Canada.
I think it is, but I don’t actually know that it is.
The reason I’m asking is that I often hear from antihomosexual marriage people that if we allow homosexuals to get married that people will be marrying dogs, little children, and anything else they can push down the slippery slope.
The way I figure it, if it’s legal in Canada, and this slippery slope has not happened, wouldn’t that serve as evidence that it wouldn’t happen here?