**... and no one seems surprised** **NY Times Exposes the "Gay Marriage" Myth ** **... and no one seems surprised** by Tom Hoopes *Thursday, February 11, 2010 6:20 PM Comments [(97)]("http://www.ncregister.com/blog/ny_times_exposes_the_gay_marriage_myth/#blogComments")* I found it ironic that *The New York Times* blew the lid off of homosexual “marriage” just when I was talking about it with my Christianity in Mass Media class.
You hadn’t heard that The New York Times utterly destroyed the homosexual marriage argument and left it in fragments on the ground? They did — while pretending they weren’t. “Many Successful Gay Marriages Share an Open Secret,” is the Jan. 29 story by Scott James.
Here’s how it begins:
“When Rio and Ray married in 2008, the Bay Area women omitted two words from their wedding vows: fidelity and monogamy.”
The story said:
“A study to be released next month is offering a rare glimpse inside gay relationships and reveals that monogamy is not a central feature for many.” The report offers five sentences of rationalization for every sentence of factoid. But the gist remains: Those who argue for heterosexual marriage were right all the time. Homosexual “marriages” aren’t really marriages in the way we define them.
The article even says that homosexual marriage may end marriage altogether, though it doesn’t put it quite that way: “Some experts say boundary-challenging gay relationships represent an evolution in marriage — one that might point the way for the survival of the institution.”