We're all having a good laugh about that Washington ballot initiative to annul the marriages of hets who don't have kids. But I think that some people who criticise it now agree with it more than they'd like to admit.
This is from Matt Friedeman, one of the more moderate Agape Press columnists:
I recently heard a program on American Family Radio in which a number of family counselors were asked, "Would you marry a young couple that was determined not to have kids?" Having never considered that question, I listened intently on my side of the radio. To my astonishment, every counselor interviewed said they would not marry such a couple. After all, biblically, procreation is a God-ordained purpose of marriage.
Interestingly, I have never known a pastor to broach the subject, much less take such a stance.
Interesting indeed, Mr. Friedeman. Now tell the Evergreen State to sign the petition!