Threesomes For Canada


As I discussed in a previous post, Canada Allows Gay Marriage, Canada is being mostly applauded 🙂 for it’s embracing (swallowing hook, line and sinker) of one of liberalism’s main tenets; that homosexuals deserve extraordinary rights for being homosexuals. However, Canada has yet to realize that it shows extreme prejudicial contempt to those who want to legally marry, but cannot fulfill the obligation of being a couple. I already discussed polygamy. In all the world there is no country yet allowing both same-sex marriage and polygamy. Why not Canada? If Canada was brave enough to take the liberal leap to sanction same-sex marriages, why not go all the way and legalize polygamy? By doing so it would give relief to all the Canadians who are being denied marriage because they are threesomes, or ménages à trois. A threesome can consist of heterosexuals and/or homsexuals, so they certainly qualify under that Canadian required sexual status.

The ménages à trois have not been as blatant and vocal in their demands for equal and human rights as have been gays and lesbians. There have been so many such famous sexual liasons in recorded history, we can be sure there are thousands of Canadians currently living in unwedded bliss only because they happen to be ménages à trois. After all, threesomes started with the dawn of human history, in the Old Testament, with Adam, Eve and the serpent. There were Anais Nin and Henry and June Miller, all the way to the fictitious Lois Lane, Clark Kent, and Superman. Joseph Goebbels, FDR, Greta Garbo, the Rolling Stones. John Maynard Keynes, Virginia Woolfe, Dora Carrington, Lytton Strachy, Count Dracula and Lucy’s saviors, Heinreid, Ingrid Bergman, and Humphrey Bogart all delighted in being parts of threesomes. Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracey and his wife, in their era, were the iconoclastic darlings of Hollywood. Come on, O Canada, get with the program!

Canada Allows Gay Marriage

Canada OKs gay marriage Chicago Sun-Times, IL
by ROB GILLIES. TORONTO — Canada legalized gay marriage Wednesday, becoming the fourth nation to grant full legal rights to same-sex couples.
Canada 4th nation to OK gay marriage Seattle Times
Canada Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage Los Angeles Times
Canada fourth nation to legalize gay marriage The Olympian

Canadian Justice Minister Irwin Cotler told a Senate committee that churches, mosques, temples and synagogues have nothing to fear. (Yeh, yet – but just wait a while. Does anyone suppose that the militant homosexuals are going to be content with “second-class” marriages performed by a JP outside of the church?) He also noted that the bill will not compel religious groups to perform ceremonies against their beliefs. (Again I say, yet.) Not all Canadian jurisdictions are pleased with the new experiment. Prince Edward Island said it will amend its laws to comply. Alberta, which has opposed gay marriage, said it was resigned to the bill becoming the law of the land. “We will proceed to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, much to our chagrin,” said Premier Ralph Klein. He added that his government was trying to pass a law to protect those who oppose gay marriages on moral or religious grounds. “We will develop legislative options to ensure the rights of religious officials and those Albertans who hold social or cultural beliefs or values, whether religious or non-religious,” Klein said at a news conference. He feels it necessary to pass a new provincial law to enshrine the freedom to express opposition to same-sex marriage. Obviously, the Albertans see the handwriting on the walls of history, as they try to prevent what happened in Manitoba where at least twelve marriage commissioners lost their jobs for refusing to perform same-sex marriages against the dictates of their consciences.

Perhaps, the U.S. can take the lead from Alberta, and also pass legislation to guarantee Americans the freedom to express opposition to same-sex marriage.

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