In a recent article, a couple who had married in Massachusetts in 2009 is challenging the Texas constitutional ban on same-sex marriages. The couple surfaced when they moved to Texas and attempted to put both names on their child’s birth certificate. As time continues, it will become publicly evident that same-sex marriages are doomed.

Same-sex marriage (also known as gay marriage) is marriage between two people of the same sex. Legal recognition of same-sex marriage or the possibility to perform a same-sex marriage is sometimes referred to as marriage equality or equal marriage, particularly by supporters. The legalization of same-sex marriage is characterized as “redefining marriage” by many opponents. 

According to Wikipedia, marriage is called matrimony or wedlock. Is is a socially or ritually recognized union or legal contract between spouses that establishes rights and obligations between them, between them and their children, and between them and their in-laws.

The word marriage has roots in the Holy Bible. According to the King James Version of the Holy Bible, the word marriage first appears in Genesis 34:9.

And make ye marriages with us, and give your daughters unto us, and take our daughters unto you (Genesis 34:9).

The context in which this verse is found is a request from the Hivite men to intermarry with the Israelite daughters after Dinah had been raped by the son of Hamor. Therefore, the intended purpose of marriage is between a man and a woman. In the Holy Bible there is no phrase that identifies the authenticity of same-sex marriages.

Same-sex marriages provide physiological challenges. For men, same-sex marriages perverts the original purpose of the rectum. The rectum is a component of the lower gastrointestinal tract. The rectum is a continuation of the sigmoid colon, and connects to the anus. The rectum follows the shape of the sacrum, and ends in an expanded section called the rectal ampulla. Unlike other portions of the colon, the rectum does not have taeniae coli.

The rectum is the last part of the digestive tract. It acts as a temporary storage for feces and waste material. When we eat food, it undergoes a digestive process at the inception of eating. Food passes through the mouth and to the stomach. Then to the small intestines and finally the large intestines. The remaining residue of undigested food with bacteria for the digestive system enters the rectum in the form of feces. The feces remains in the rectum until it is ready for defecation through a bowel movement which is then transferred to the anal canal and then outside the body.

Men who are involved in same-sex marriages or relationships pervert the usage of the rectum and the anus. When something is perverted it does not function properly. When something in the body does not function properly it can lead to other complications.

Perversion of the anus and rectum can lead to the following complications.

  1. Anal cancer – The cause of anal cancer is unclear, but people who practice receptive anal intercourse are at increased risk, as are those who have chronic fistulas, received radiation therapy on anal skin, leukoplakia, and certain types of sexually transmitted infections, particularly human papillomavirus (HPV type 16) and lymphogranuloma venereum
  2. Anal fissure – An anal fissure is a tear or ulcer in the lining of the anus. Anal fissures may be caused by an injury from a hard or large bowel movement or from frequent loose bowel movements. Uncommonly, they may also be caused by penetration of the anus during anal sex. Fissures cause the anal sphincter to go into spasm, which worsens pain and prevents healing.
  3. Anal itching – Itching of the anus and the skin around the anus (perianal skin) is called anal itching or pruritus ani. The most common causes of anal itching are either Unknown or related to hygiene.
  4. Anorectal abscess – An abscess develops when a mucus-secreting gland in the anus or rectum is blocked, and bacteria grow and multiply. An abscess can cause substantial damage to nearby tissues and may rarely lead to loss of bowel control.
  5. Anorectal fistula – An anorectal fistula is an abnormal channel that leads from the anus or rectum usually to the skin near the anus but occasionally to another organ, such as the vagina. Anorectal fistulas are common among people who have an anorectal abscess, Crohn disease, or tuberculosis. Most fistulas begin in a deep gland in the wall of the anus or rectum. Sometimes fistulas occur after drainage of an anorectal abscess (see Anorectal Abscess), but often the cause cannot be identified. Fistulas are more common among people with Crohn disease or tuberculosis. They also occur in people with tumors, diverticulitis, cancer, or an anal or rectal injury.
  6. Hemorrhoids – Hemorrhoids are dilated, twisted (varicose) veins located in the wall of the rectum and anus. Increased pressure in the veins of the anorectal area leads to hemorrhoids. This pressure may result from pregnancy, frequent heavy lifting, or repeated straining during bowel movements (defecation). Constipation may contribute to straining.
  7. Levator syndrome – Levator syndrome is sporadic pain in the rectum caused by spasm of a muscle near the anus (the levator ani muscle). Proctalgia fugax is fleeting pain in the rectum. Coccydynia is pain near the tailbone (coccyx). Both of these disorders are variations of levator syndrome. The muscle spasm causes pain that typically is not related to defecation. The pain usually lasts less than 20 minutes.
  8. Pilonidal disease – Pilonidal disease is an infection caused by a hair that injures the skin at the top of the cleft between the buttocks. Pilonidal disease usually occurs in young, hairy men but can also occur in women. For unknown reasons, sometimes a hair irritates and grows into the skin, forming a cavity that may thus contain hair. Such a cavity is called a pilonidal cyst and typically forms at the top of the cleft between the buttocks. The cyst may cause no symptoms, or it may become infected. If the infection causes a collection of pus to form, it is called a pilonidal abscess. A pilonidal sinus is a chronic draining wound at the site.
  9. Proctitis – Proctitis is inflammation of the lining of the rectum (rectal mucosa). The inflammation has many causes ranging from infection to radiation therapy. Depending on its cause, proctitis can be painless or very painful. Proctitis, which is becoming increasingly common, has several causes. It may result from Crohn disease or ulcerative colitis. It can also result from a sexually transmitted disease (such as gonorrhea, syphilis, Chlamydia trachomatis infection, herpes simplex virus infection, or cytomegalovirus infection), especially among men who have sex with men.
  10. Colorectal cancer – Almost all cancers of the large intestine and rectum (colorectal) are adenocarcinomas, which develop from the lining of the large intestine (colon) and rectum. Colorectal cancer usually begins as a buttonlike swelling on the surface of the intestinal or rectal lining or on a polyp. As the cancer grows, it begins to invade the wall of the intestine or rectum. Nearby lymph nodes also may be invaded. Because blood from the wall of the intestine and much of the rectum is carried to the liver, colorectal cancer usually spreads (metastasizes) to the liver soon after spreading to nearby lymph nodes.
  11. Rectal prolapse – Rectal prolapse is a painless protrusion of the rectum through the anus. A rectal prolapse is often caused while straining, such as during a bowel movement. Rectal prolapse causes the rectum to turn inside out, so that the rectal lining is visible outside the body as a dark red, moist, fingerlike projection from the anus. Bleeding from the rectum can occur, and an uncontrolled loss of stool (fecal incontinence) is a frequent symptom.

 

Same-sex marriages are doomed because they are not only in direct opposition to God – The Father of Jesus Christ – but they also pervert the original purpose of the rectum and anus.

 

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