Sullivan, Andrew
August 2001
New Republic;8/13/2001, Vol. 225 Issue 7, p6
Presents a rebuttal of the arguments of the opponents of same-sex marriage as summed up by Stanley Kurtz in the "National Review Online." His argument that civil unions will be detrimental to heterosexual marriage and lead to higher divorce rates; View of conservatives that gay men cannot keep themselves monogamous; View of the author that many gay men actually yearn for social stability.


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