On 26 June, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States passed judgment on the controversial, landmark case Obergefell vs. Hodges. With a 5-4 ruling, the definition of marriage in the US was overhauled, and redefined.
Marriage “equality” supporters celebrated that their “#LoveWins” campaign had successfully stripped marriage of its man-woman definition. Same-sex couples could now have their “marriage” validated by the State, just like heterosexual couples.
But the changes over just the last two years demonstrate that the Supreme Court decision resulted in more than simple legal recognition of “marriages”.
Obergefell vs. Hodges did NOT legalise marriage equality – it redefined marriage.
If equality was all that same-sex marriage activists were seeking, then they would have been content with same-sex couples being afforded the same legal rights as heterosexual couples.
But activists want more than that: over the past two years in the United States, many of them have actively worked to ensure something other than ‘equality’ was achieved. What the redefinition of marriage did to the US was to destroy the concepts of gender, tear down protections for the two sexes, break apart the family, and trample the rights of US citizens.
Take a look at the stories we have featured about what has happened in the US since marriage was redefined. Just as in the US, marriage “equality” supporters often times have no idea that consequences of redefining marriage are so vast. This is why we must keep fighting. This is why we must keep warning others about the consequences of redefining marriage.
Marriage equality supporters are facing a harsh reality – redefining marriage redefines a country.
If all this is happening in the United States since same-sex marriage was legalised, then we would be crazy to spurn the warnings and allow the same thing to happen here.