Protesting the classical understanding of marriage, a young man said to me, “What two guys have with each other is the same as what I have with my wife.”

I take him at his word.  If he insists that what he and the young woman “have with each other” has nothing to do with the polarity and complementarity of the sexes, who am I to insist that it does?

Today, the erotic pairings of many heterosexuals are essentially homosexual:  Even though they are of opposite sex, they might as well not be.