Since the Defense of Marriage Act, which specified that marriage must be between one man and one woman, has been declared unenforceable, does this mean that a marriage can involve one man and two, three or four women?
How about one woman and two or three men? The Muslim faith, with over 1 billion believers worldwide, allows a man more than one wife. Fundamentalist Mormons must be excited at the possibilities, notwithstanding that the Mormon Church officially disavowed polygamy over a century ago.
The possibilities are limitless. I think we need some direction here, but from whom?
Ira Jacobson, Coral Gables