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Thursday, June 23, 2022 

Japan court rules against recognizing LGBT marriages

Japan's main court has made a wise decision, considering how low their birthrate is, and thus the need for reproduction:
Much to the disappointment of LGBTQ+ activists amid Pride Month, a Japanese court ruled this week that Japan’s same-sex marriage ban didn’t violate its constitution.

Judge Doi Fumi of the Osaka District Court determined on Monday that Article 24 of Japan’s Constitution didn’t confer protections on gay marriage. The plaintiffs were three same-sex couples, two male and one female, who filed for 1 million yen in damages per couple, or about $7,400; they plan to appeal the ruling to the Osaka High Court.

The district court agreed with the government’s argument that the purpose of marriage was reproduction, according to translations of Yahoo! Japan. The court added that the system of marriage served a greater “pragmatic purpose” of “protecting men and women to bear children and raise them.”

“Marriage shall be based only on the mutual consent of both sexes and it shall be maintained through mutual cooperation with the equal rights of husband and wife as a basis,” reads the Constitution of Japan.
And indeed, the whole purpose should be for the goal of producing more children to maintain a sustainable populace. Not for the sake of validating extreme ideologies. And it's not governments who should be expected to take responsibility for stuff like this either; it's the couples themselves. What can I say? Give Japan a chance, and they can demonstrate some common sense that should serve as a role model for many other countries and communities around the world. It's about time the west stopped coddling this LGBT indoctrination, and that's one more reason why they'd do well to follow Japan's example, which makes a lot of sense. With so many low birthrates around the world right now, that's why it does a terrible disfavor to allow LGBT pandering to get in the way. It'd be a lot better to encourage LGBT practitioners not to reject the opposite sex as a partner in romance, sex and marriage, and to consider why it's a good idea to procreate more children for this world.

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