Sunday, April 27, 2014
The pseudo-Christian society wants to marry
This blog is a continuation of last week's, when I started to question why adultery used to be considered a crime in my home country Brazil - an idea that has always seemed absurd to me.After having, with my limited legal knowledge, explained how I came to understand this question, I began to wonder why people want to commit this folly called marriage.Marriage has been extremely unfashionable for a while, and that is precisely because people did not want to get stuck by a paper - a contract.If u do not want to have to deal with the law in your sex life, do not subject yourself to it. Do not marry.If u 're marrying before civil law, you're marrying before the law of men - this law that decided to recognize a religious institution as having legal value and legal privileges. So if you want to put the hand in this mess, you are admitting before the law that will be entering into a monogamous sexual relationship. Do you not believe in monogamy? Your problem. Whether you're gay or straight (since today the law recognizes gay marriage), marriage is a leash. If you do not want to get stuck, why are you marrying?Nowadays free sex, outside of marriage, is still preached - as it was done in the 70s and 80s. But it seems that marriage fashionable again.I wonder why people still get married. If they want to have sex and or stop having sex at will, why do they want to enter into a civil contract that requires exclusiveness? Worse still, a civil contract which has religious origin, and religion is against the sexual permissiveness that are so dear to them? Why do people who are in favor of sexual freedom want to enter a contract originated in an institution in which they do not believe?It's all a bit confusing in our post-Christian society, or pseudo-Christian. Even this schizophrenically secular-religious institution is confusing. It was considered outdated until the gay movement resolved to enter. Now marriage is the watchword. The people want to marry and have the right to adopt or rent tummies. Nobody remembers that the marriage contract comes with the privileges, but also with duties - including sexual exclusivity (which should indeed have come with sexual abstinence before contract ) .