When the Supreme Court considers whether the Equal Protection clause of the 14th Amendment guarantees that the label of “marriage” and all taxpayer-subsidized benefits of that institution must be afforded same-sex couples, it should also think of the next logical issue for the homosexual community: Why should a bisexual person be forced to choose between marrying one man or one woman? Respect for the sexual orientation of a bisexual requires that such an individual be allowed to “marry” both one man and one woman. It is a slippery slope.
Mountain View, Calif.
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