It's all about gay marriage, the right of same sex couples to wed . . . BUT IS IT? According to Daniel Greenfield, that isn't really the issue at all.
Please read the rest.The only question worth asking about gay marriage is whether anyone on the left would care about this crusade if it didn't come with the privilege of bulldozing another civilizational institution.
Gay marriage is not about men marrying men or women marrying women, it is about the deconstruction of marriage between men and women. That is a thing that many men and women of one generation understand but have trouble conveying to another generation for whom marriage has already largely been deconstructed.
The statistics about the falling marriage rate tell the tale well enough. Marriage is a fading institution. Family is a flickering light in the evening of the West.
This is simply the best, most thoughtful analysis of the subject that I've seen.