Thailand’s The Nation has exclusive interviews with noted LGBT activist Anjana Suvarnananda, as well as Engaged Buddhist icon Sulak Sivaraksa and Buddhist scholar Suraphot Thaweesak, about the same-sex marriage debate and the place of Buddhist thought in the discussion. In The Nation‘s view, all of them seem to suggest that Buddhism should be kept out of the debate all together.
You can read the whole piece here.
What do you think? Do we need a Buddhist opinion (or opinions) on same-sex marriage?