The report did not produce any specific recommendations and steered clear of endorsing policy proposals. But experts who parsed it for direction noted, for example, that it referred to abortion and same-sex marriage not as rights but “divisive social and political controversies.” I’m okay with giving up support for same-sex marriage. All it takes is to do the same for heterosexual marriage.
My wife wouldn’t be on my insurance if we weren’t married. I would lose a lot of rights when it comes to medical decisions. Taxes would be a pain in the ass as we couldn’t file jointly. I wouldn’t have assumed paternal rights when we have a child, yet she would have assumed maternal rights. There are plenty.
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