‘I have struggled this year – coming back to Australia without him was tough, in particular the sense of displacement, from building a life on the other side of the world that I hoped we could live together,’ Ms Rose wrote.
‘To facing my family and friends with only a conceptual husband, who can’t leave the banks of his river home. Trying to figure out how – and indeed if – I can fit back into Australian culture, or if I will find my place in this country again. …”
The moral of the story: there are no limits to concepts like “equal rights” and “marriage equality” which demonizes and destroys the ability of any society to distinguish, or “discriminate,” between the normal and the absurd.
Note: On a more serious note, a judge in Australia has decided that incest should no longer be taboo, an academic conference in the UK has concluded that pedophilia is natural and normal for males, and a federal judge in Utah has weakened that state’s ban on polygamy. The Huffington Post thinks “polyamory” might be the answer to your dating woes.
In Canada, the Canadian Supreme Court recently legalized prostitution for violating the rights of prostitutes to free expression, and the New York Times published an article called “What It Takes To Legalize Sex Work.” In Denmark, the Danish parliament has passed a law that forces churches to conduct “gay marriages.”
In the long term, you can have either the restraint on the sex drive that exists under a traditional Christian moral order, which channels sex into natalism and heterosexual monogamy, or you can have an Americanized liberal democracy, which elevates the “liberty” and “equality” of the individual above all other values.