Special rights apparently now means rights afforded to everyone else, but not to you all because you all don't believe in the same interpretations of thousands of year old texts that we do. JamesArtois 23:42, 10 March 2012 (EST)
What's so special?
So, this probably isn't the right place for this and I'm fine if someone decides to move/delete it, but I've never been able to reconcile the argument that (a)allowing same-sex marriage would confer "special rights" to homosexuals which aren't available to heterosexuals with the argument that (b) homosexuals already have the right to marry, they just have to marry someone of the opposite sex. It seems to me that I can believe one or the other, but not both. Am I missing something? I'm asking here because I think it might have something to do with exactly how we define "special rights," but I can't quite see it. Help? JustinD 00:49, 11 March 2012 (EST)