“While [Bryce] Christensen [a Southern Utah University professor who writes frequently about family issues] doesn’t oppose the campaign to enact state and federal bans on gay marriage, he worries it’s distracting from immediate threats to marriage’s place in society.
‘If those initiatives are part of a broader effort to reaffirm lifetime fidelity in marriage, they’re worthwhile,’ he said. ‘If they’re isolated – if we don’t address cohabitation and casual divorce and deliberate childlessness – then I think they’re futile and will be brushed aside.'”
– Conservatives want scrutiny of marriage, San Francisco Examiner, Monday, November 22, 2004, page 10 (emphasis mine)
“So I’ll swoop down south, scale bare walls into the homes of pro-lifers and, with a few precise strokes of my huge, rusted gynecological tools, I’ll perform special surgery implanting dozens of fetuses into the bellies of pro-life men. Yeah.”
– Maggie Estep‘s (rather silly but fun) spoken word piece fantasizing about being a powerful vampire, Ingeborg, Mistress of the Dark
Bryce, if you’re so all-fired hot about people not being childless, carry ’em yourself. Women aren’t brood mares, you troglodyte.