I believe that marriage is the union of one man and one woman not out of ignorance, or animus; not because it's popular or convenient, but because it is the truth. Ten years after the MA SJC abandoned this truth, we are only beginning to see the legal and cultural consequences of such a radical shift.. But a generation from now, the eternal truth of marriage, even if labeled "hate speech," will still endure.In all seriousness, we all have a mom and dad and our wellbeing is dependent on both, not one or the other.
For our families,
Andrew Beckwith Massachusetts Family Institute
We get it. Marriage is broken. Looking at current trends, it is shattered. But we want to fix it. It won't happen over night. If we want to value the well being of children, the wellbeing of mom and dad together and not separated matters.