The Breakdown of Family/Marriage. Issues of Sexuality
The Breakdown of Family/Marriage. Issues of Sexuality.
By Petrus Simons
The open and explicit appetite for sex in the Western world has gone into overdrive since the decade of the 1960s. Furthermore this has been accompanied by a decline in a general appreciation of the significance of the institution of marriage. Indeed, the popularity of homosexual ‘marriage’ in several Western countries – including Ireland – can be viewed as something of an oddity against the otherwise drift away from the sanctity of marriage amongst heterosexual couples. Many of the latter don’t bother with any formal recognition of their ‘de facto’ or ‘common law’ marriage relationships. Rather they act of their belief in a looser, less binding character to relationships that last only as long as they are beset by few, if any, problems.
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