Image by Will Lion via FlickrA Taiwanese bride, bemoaning the lack of men, opts to marry a person of the same sex -- herself. And I salute her! Ever since the definition of marriage based on biology was traded-in for "the right to be me", I've been in favour of the right to marry oneself. Shouldn't, e.g., an asexual person, a person with no sexual attractions, have the same access to marriage as anyone else? Didn't we decide that all sexual orientations, not just state-or Church- or society-approved ones, are equal? My world includes the right to marry yourself, and if you don't agree with me you this means you are a hateful bigot; stop trying to impose your values on others.
You can read about it here: Taiwanese bride bemoans lack of men and marries herself.
Next up: Bi-sexual marriage: the right to marry both a man and a woman in order to fully express your sexuality and be true to