Earlier today I posted notice of a new piece of mine, “The End of Marriage in Scandinavia.” I am very sorry to report that some significant bits of text in the latter part of this article are garbled and out of place. While you can certainly get more than the gist of the piece right now, the text is flawed and has to be fixed. The website has been alerted, and the problem will be fixed, although I am not certain just when that will be. Again, I apologize for this mix up. This is a very important piece to me. As far as I am concerned, it puts the gay marriage debate on a new footing by moving the debate from speculation about the future to the close consideration of present realities. You will be hearing much more from me about this piece. But the first order of business is for me to post a notice later today or tomorrow when the text has been fixed.
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