One of the lesbian couples that sued and won the right to marriage in Massachusetts has filed for divorce.You'd think that after all the crap these two dykes put the state through just to get "married" that they'd last longer than two years together. Gee, could it be that they were never "in love" in the first place? After all unions solely based on sex almost never last long. Consider too that with Gay being the new Black these days, Mildred and Richard Loving, the couple who put an end to all race-based legal restrictions on marriage in this country, were married 17 years till Richard passed. Legalizing their depravity, that's all the "Goodridges" ever wanted and that idiot Massachusetts Supreme Court gave it to them.
Julie and Hillary Goodridge were one of seven pairs involved in the lawsuit, and were one of the first to marry when it became legal in 2004. But in 2006 they separated. Divorce papers were filed last week.
Mat Staver of Liberty Counsel is not surprised. He contends such types of relationships are short-lived. "In fact, even in male-male relationships there is a general philosophy among same-sex relationships that they are open relationships -- which means that even if they live under the same roof, they have affairs frequently and often with many other partners throughout their lives," he points out.
Staver predicts that homosexual divorce will be commonplace because homosexuals only want marriage simply to validate their "abnormal and aberrant lifestyle."
"What we see in Massachusetts is the future of same-sex marriage," says the attorney. "They simply want same-sex marriage -- not to have long-lasting, committed relationships, as they often like to say to the media...."