November is turning out to be an interesting month on the “definition of marriage” front.
Ten days ago, CNN’s Anderson Cooper featured a non-traditional family based simply on choice rather than religious beliefs, and in ten days the Supreme Court in British Columbia will be handing down its decision regarding the legality of simultaneous “conjugal” relationships.
North American society seems be incrementally accepting that function is more important than form when it comes to relationships.
Update November 21st: An article in The Huffington Post discusses the possibility of group marriage in the future.
Update November 23rd: A Small Victory