Infertility is Why Marriage Shouldn't be Defined By Procreation

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Charles J. Cooper stepped in front of the Supreme Court yesterday to argue that granting same-sex couples the right to get married, took away from the traditional procreation purposes of marriage. When Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan questioned him about this, she asked him if he was saying that people over the age of 55 should not be allowed to get married because they could not have children at that age and he agreed that it would be unconstitutional. He . . .

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