These 10 answers will help you refute the arguments commonly used by the homosexual movement to force same-sex “marriage” on America.
1. “We’re equal under the law, so we’re getting married.” It is true that everyone is equal under the law. This equality, however, is juridical, not biological. It does not and cannot eliminate the anatomical, physiological and psychological differences between the sexes, which create the conditions for marriage and constitute its natural foundation.
Regarding marriage, juridical equality means that all those with the natural capacity to marry have the right to do so. This juridical equality does not create the biological conditions required by nature for marriage. Now the conjugal act is intrinsically related to marriage, and nature requires two individuals from opposite sexes for its performance.
This natural requirement is totally lacking in two people of the same sex who wish to marry, so the principle of equality under the law does not apply. - See more at: