My site stats tell me that several people have been searching the site for my views on same-sex “marriage” –probably due to the attention the issue has been getting recently (as well as those obnoxious HRC-inspired “equality” Facebook profile pics and memes every progressive is posting).
Yesterday, I joined Alternative Right‘s Richard Spencer, Andy Nowicki and Colin Liddell for a conversation about the subject. We had some good laughs.
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Love the image they picked for it.
For more of my views on the subject — I included a long essay against same-sex marriage in my first book, Androphilia, titled “Agreements Between Men.”
Also included in the second printed edition of Androphilia is an essay I wrote for Alternative Right a few years ago contrasting same-sex marriage with the issue of homosexual men in the military. My basic argument was that homosexual men serving in the military is gender normative (and probably good for the men who would want to do it), whereas men marrying each other subverts traditional sex/gender roles.
Further, my second book, Blood-Brotherhood and Other Rites of Male Alliance, was initially conceived to offer a masculine alternative to “marriage” for homosexual males. The first edition includes this argument, but the second edition was edited for a general (hetero) male audience, because blood-brotherhood has always been a predominantly hetero social institution, and I wanted more straight men to read about it and think about male friendship and bonds of brotherhood.