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Supreme Court is Not the Authority on Human Life or Marriage

Updated: Feb 8

In today's society, the Supreme Court holds a significant influence on many aspects of our lives. However, when it comes to matters such as human life and marriage, it is important to question whether the court should possess such authority.

It is worth noting that the observation of gender itself has not been properly established in any constitution. Families have evolved and existed long before the concept of marriage was introduced or any laws were enacted. Therefore, we must consider why there is a struggle within the common law to recognize same-sex marriages.

To gain a deeper understanding of the challenges faced by common law in this regard, I recommend reading "Letter to Future." This thought-provoking piece sheds light on the complexities surrounding the marriage system and how the marriage system evolved to enslave women.

It is essential to engage in discussions and critically analyze the role of the Supreme Court in shaping our societal norms, particularly when it comes to personal lives and relationships. As humans, we should encourage open dialogue, compassion, and acceptance for all individuals, regardless of their sexual orientation.

Let us strive for a society where love knows no boundaries, and the right to marry is not dictated by a governing body, but rather celebrated as a fundamental human right.

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