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I think EGALE has made it clear that registered partnerships are not acceptable to them and that they are prepared to continue in court for nothing less than marriage. Where parts of the mosaic wish to infringe on or extend their boundaries and interfere with the practice of other parts of the mosaic, the way they live out their beliefs and values, is where the courts and Parliament are most concerned.
As I reflect on this trend, it seems the principal challenge for this committee will be to look past arguments about sexual morality to the larger questions of the structure of marriage and the management of pluralism within Canadian society.
In the two decades since the Charter of Rights and Freedoms was passed into law, the fabric of Canadian life has been tested and tried for consistency with the ideal of pluralism. Liz Kelly is something of a litmus test for how I will engage or not engage with white women in a feminist setting.