Okay,( I want to apologize now, I'm half asleep, but I need to say this) So, my ex-boyfriend and I are still best friends, and we discuss things all the time, and one of his biggest concerns just so happens to be Gay Marriage. Personally, I don't really give a damn how it goes either way. I know that sounds horrible, with me being a gay male and all, but hear me out. Now, you watch the news, and see the bible thumpers screaming "Marriage is supposed to be between man and woman", "Adam and Eve, Not Adam Steve", etc. These are the same people whom are either married, or have been married, or too pathetic to have someone love them, so they sit at home all day watching day time television eating tuna with their 47 cats. It's 2006- you don't have to be in love to marry someone, and you sure as hell don't have to be "not in love with someone" to divorce(Jerry Springer has proved that quite well). In fact, it's starting to become apparent that many people do it just for the convience, and that's pathetic! What's the point?!?!?!? Is it really that serious?! And, I'm sure some of you know a few gay people who are all about committment. Me too! I'm one of them, but we also have a large number of those who end up having like 15 different boyfriends in one year! And those are the people who want to get married so badly!!!!! I can only imagine the divorce rate. 55% of straight marriages end in divorce. That's a big number. If straight couples don't really value the unity anymore, why the hell should I? I've never been to value anything someone else didn't. Marriage isn't a sacred unity anymore. It's a sheet of paper that gives you power over property. Now, someone tell me- is it really that serious? Thanks, Dante'