An Argentinian judge found … among the penumbras and emanations of the Argentine Constitution… a “right to happiness.” (Much like Anthony Kennedy found a “Right to Dignity” in the Constitution of the United States.) And therefore is allowing a woman to marry her own stepdaughter.
After her husband’s death in 2010, just four months after their wedding, the stepmom got closer with the daughter, and the two eventually started a romantic relationship, El Pais newspaper reported. However, when last month the couple decided to formalize their relationship, they were denied a marriage license based on portion of the Civil Code, which has allowed same-sex marriage since 2010 but prohibits any kind of parent-child unions, even if the couple isn’t related by blood. Both women are now in their early 30s, and they sued claiming that the rule violated their constitutional rights. And family judge Ricardo Dutto agreed, declaring the article unconstitutional and ruling that the constitution guarantees every citizen “the right to be happy.”
The Social Left used to make fun of inbreeding; but now that Teh Gheys do it, it’s almost as trendy as transgenderism.