History is replete with people who’ve resisted change. Change in language, change in the way we live and play, change in the way we light up our homes. There is that natural tendency to want to keep the status quo because of a fear of the unknown. But change took place in spite of the resistance, sometimes by the most powerful and affluent. And change will continue to take place: change in lifestyles, change in demographics, and change in the definition of marriage.
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