Gay Civil Unions Discriminate Against Homosexuals Says Activist Group in Connecticut Supreme Court

May 15, 2007 (
Connecticut Vermont, New Jersey and New Hampshire have instituted homosexual civil unions that create rights equivalent to those of marriage.  Now homosexual activists are taking the marriage issue to the next logical step in the Connecticut Supreme Court.Gay activists attempting around the world to institute “gay marriage” in law have argued that the so-called “compromise” of civil unions with equivalent rights and duties is inferior and creates a second tier of marriage.The Supreme Court of Connecticut heard closing arguments today that civil unions are not enough and that gay and lesbian partnerings must be considered not only equal to, but exactly the same as natural marriages. A second issue for the court will be to examine the question of whether issues surrounding homosexual liasons can be considered in the same was as those of race.