Gay marriage and the 'slippery slope'

Los Angeles Times - May 21, 2008
Opinion Editorial

"After all, if "sexual orientation" is now a protected class, what about bisexuals? A bisexual who feels a need to have two spouses -- one same-sex and one opposite-sex -- to fully satisfy him or her could argue that it is sexual-orientation discrimination under the court's decision for the state to forbid such persons from choosing the partners of their choice. How can a person say that his or her desire for a same-sex partner is more valid than a bisexual's or polygamist's desire for two or more partners?"  Read Article >> 

Glen Lavy
ADF Senior VP & Senior Counsel