The Arizona State University philosopher Elizabeth Brake believes that marriage should not be restricted to opposite-sex couples, or indeed to couples at all. Indeed, she argues, it constitutes unjust discrimination to restrict marriage to romantic or sexual relationships: The social and legal status of marriage should be available to consenting "caring relationships" of all kinds. Roderick T. Long considers her case.
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