Gay Marriage in History

By Callimachus | Related entries in History, Ideas

Amba gathers some available information on gay marriage in Native American societies.


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2 Responses to “Gay Marriage in History”

  1. Justin Gardner Says:

    Great link!

    This certainly gives the whole debate a new perspective…but somehow I think it’ll be ignored in favor of ideology.

  2. GN Says:

    I read it … the girl’s got game. I think it will garner lots of comment on Ambivablog, but you are probably right about ideology.(unfortunately)

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