That's the name of a blog I found this morning with the following as its tag line:
Advocating for the right of consenting adults to share and enjoy love, sex, residence, and marriage without limits on the gender, number, or relation of participants. Full marriage equality is a basic human right.
I argue for full marriage equality. By that I mean that society and all local, state, federal, and international laws, institutions, and programs should recognize any marriage registered by any consenting persons without restrictions on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, caste, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender, sexual orientation, creed, religion, or disability - regardless of the biological relation or number of participants. This also includes the right of these persons to share love, sex, and residence with or without marriage.
In some places, laws against polygamy and consanguineous intimacy (consanguinamory) would have to be repealed, overruled, or superseded, just as some places have done with laws against sodomy, interracial marriage, same-sex marriage, cohabitation, etc. - and I argue in favor of that in that people have a right to engage in these things and receive equal treatment from their government and society and protection against certain forms of oppression.
Be sure to click on that consanguinamory link. You'll be more educated.
I know quite the number of folks who see no problem with supporting gay marriage. I know that they think my opposition to it is archaic, old-fashioned, close-minded... even bigoted.
My question to these people is pretty simple.
Are you also archaic, old-fashioned, close-minded... even bigoted if you aren't supporting full marriage equality?