One thing that I didn’t expect to happen in life when I was young is that I would see or live through completely unexpected things of certain kinds.

I mean even as children we know the world will change, and we continue to know that as we enter adulthood, but then what is really weird is when the world starts to go in directions you couldn’t have imagined in your wildest dreams (or worst nightmares). Things you thought were permanent. Things you thought would always guide society and was something shared by others.

For example, I could have never imagined that I would have to watch the concept and practice of marriage be so thoroughly destroyed, albeit in a slow, day-by-day, inch-by-inch, crumble in your face process, as we all see today. (Or perhaps, that a few of us are aware of today?)

Not only does this mean that what was once a marriage culture has been taken over by hook-up culture, or “short-time relationships,” but it also includes more insidious and grotesque developments such as farcical homosexual “marriage” resulting from liberal obsession with normalizing homosexuality (and bisexuality), instead of encouraging people to resolve their deformed and perverted sexual psychologies.

And now we have, surprise, surprise:

“A U.S. District Court judge ruled Friday that a key part of the state’s longstanding polygamy laws are unconstitutional, marking a victory for polygamous families who have long sought to have their plural marriages decriminalized.”

An “anything goes” society is a very ugly place.

Read more: Judge Strikes Down Part of Utah Polygamy Ban |

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