I was surprised to find, in the pages of a respected and influential publication at my very own place of work, the notion that my queer family is a “caricature” of a family. This is not argument, but aggression, for which ignorance isn’t much of an excuse.
In light of the awaited Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage, Ben Kaufman ’17 and Wyatt Smitherman ’16 debate what affects the decision might have. Kaufman argues same-sex marriage will not necessarily set a precedent for other non-traditional marriages, while Smitherman claims allowing same-sex marriage may have unexpected consequences.
In a response to the Alabama Supreme Court struggle over the legality of same-sex marriage, Ben Kaufman ’17 and Wyatt Smitherman ’16 debate the moral and practical arguments at play for and against same-sex marriage in the United States.