So practicing safe driving is an undue burden?Bust Nak wrote:Only agree up to a point. It is undue burden on unmarried couples and same sex couples. Undue burden would be something like practice safe sex, or have one sexual partner at a time.Wootah wrote:Oh great so we agree - substitute road rules for sex rules. It's about concern for people without undue burden.Bust Nak wrote: Neither? We don't have road rules because we care about driving. We have them because care about people's safety without undue burden on drivers or pedestrians. I certainly would not come to the conclusion that the government is pro-drivers from looking at road rules.
The undue burden is yours. By asking people to give up on their self worth by asking them to not expect monogamy. By trying to define people by their biology, by convincing people that shameful things are OK they end up walking around feeling ashamed or worse feeling brazen and so they prove they are OK by sleeping around with more people. By having a litany of broken relationships serving as evidence of their lack of worth, by having them seek love in random encounters and substitute sex for love.
Honestly the fastest road to wealth is marriage for the majority of us. It provides a strong framework for mental health and encouragement - it puts one person solidly in your corner that you can trust and talk to.
Safe sex is so off the scales better for you. The sex is better, doing life with someone is better - I just don't think it should be underestimated.