Restricting marriage to one man and one woman does NOT constitute discrimination: European Court of Human Rights

The illogical and politically-driven decisions of American and Canadian courts to the contrary, the European Court of Human Rights has unanimously held that France does not discriminate against homosexuals in defining marriage as something between one man and one woman.

The traditional rationale or marriage is to provide for the bearing and raising of children. Moreover, the rarity of monogamy among male homosexual couples even in "committed relationships" runs counter to an element traditionally considered constitutive of marriage by its very nature.

As the social radicalism of the North American judiciary continues to undermine the family, it's fascinating to see the trend in Europe- which is usually thought of as the true hotbed of Western social radicalism- is running in precisely the opposite direction.

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