Modernity deprives us of the most basic right of all: the right to be traditional. By on January 10, 2019 • ( 3 ) Like this:Like Loading... Related ‹ Adding the Trinity to the BibleAtheists have nothing to say to the victims of Auschwitz ›Categories: Islam, Life in the West, ModernityTags: Traditional values.
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I’m not aware of men and women *not* being allowed to marry, as per tradition, just because the religious right can no longer impose its positions so easily upon those who don’t share their views.
Marriage doesn’t just mean a ceremony between human beings, it also mean to marriage all sorts of elements.
a combination or mixture of elements.
“her music is a marriage of funk, jazz, and hip-hop”
synonyms: union, alliance, fusion, amalgamation, combination, affiliation, association, connection, coupling, merger, unification; informalhook-up
“the piece is a marriage of jazz, pop, and gospel”
I think, in the context of the original post, there’s this myth that people can’t be traditional anymore. It’s not true of course, except perhaps in the case of traditions that involved denying others freedoms and rights, or in the case of traditions that hurt people.