AntiâGay Marriage Argument No. 3: Itâs Not in the Constitution
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The gender bender day was cancelled Friday by the district, and an assemblyplanned for yesterday also didn’t occur. Saffel says the assembly would havefeatured herself and another student discussing their experiences withhomophobia, and a video with students discussing discrimination against gay,bisexual, and trans-gendered people.
In the Mabinogion, one of Llyr's two wives isIweradd ("Ireland").
Several of these women wrote that their marriages to Joseph were actually for "time as well as eternity", in which case it was not just a future "afterlife" marriage they were signing up for. Secondly, several of the women went on to second polyandrous marriages after Joseph Smith died, which is where his entire "Celestial Marriage" argument completely fails, as in those cases they were proxy marriages, recorded in the Temple, meaning they were for this life only, having then been "sealed" to Joseph Smith for eternity. These were second polyandrous marriages and also where sex was certainly a part of the equation; unless Katich yet has an explanation the world is unaware of, in terms of where the subsequent babies came from! (Two married Brigham & two married Heber, one child born to Brigham and three to Heber, the four wives continuing to be married to their first husbands). There is and there can be, no remotely acceptable doctrinal explanation for the second polyandrous marriages.
Cordelia says that sheloves her father exactly as a daughter should.
What he says is even more troubling is that there is no indication that Social Justice 12, a course intended to examine discrimination based on sexual orientation, race, ethnicity and gender, will address religious discrimination. "What about anti-Semitism? What about Islam? Don't they deserve social justice and a voice in this?"