Kevin Winge

Kevin Winge is a native of Minnesota. He lives in San Francisco, California where he is is the executive director of Project Open Hand, a nonprofit organization that provides nutritious meals to people living with disease. Read more about Kevin Winge.

A Threat to Marriage

Posted by: Kevin Winge under Society Updated: November 1, 2011 - 6:50 PM

We should have seen it coming. The signs were all there. You couldn’t pick up a newspaper or turn on the television without learning, in graphic detail, about a plan we now understand was meant to undermine the very bedrock of our society. An insidious plot, carried out by a handful of individuals, meant to destroy our cherished institution of marriage.

In a mere 72 days, America’s sweethearts, Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries, have shaken the time-honored tradition of marriage to its very foundation. After only 10 weeks of marriage, the newlyweds have filed for divorce. These flamboyant heterosexuals flaunted their sexuality in our faces and then had the gall to exchange their wedding vows for millions of dollars. I don’t care what two consenting adults do in the privacy of their home (correction – homes – in this case), but this time the straights have gone too far.
 
No longer can we sit ideally by and allow this affront to the sacred union of two people to go unchallenged. We must mobilize to ensure this perversion of marriage never occurs again; and the only way to accomplish this is to amend our constitution to prevent heterosexuals from marrying.
 
Now is the time to act. To protect all that we hold dear in life, we must have a constitutional amendment that ensures that heterosexuals not be allowed to marry. Once on the ballot, we can devote the next year to spending millions of dollars, dividing families and communities, to mandate who can and who cannot enter into legally recognized marriages. Nothing les than the fate of our civilization is at stake.

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