Donna Hanover, Giuliani's Ex, Remarries
New York City's former first lady, Donna Hanover, has gotten married again, this time to her high school sweetheart.
The 53-year-old actress married Edwin Oster, 52, on Sunday....
Ah, but are they really married? Not according to Pia de Solenni, a self-described moral theologian who's at the Family Research Council. She writes in National Review Online:
A unique relationship, marriage exists not only for the union of the couple, but also for the good of the children who naturally proceed from marriage. As Notre Dame law professor Gerry Bradley recently noted, classic legal parlance identifies children as the "issue" of the marriage. From the marriage itself, children are born; they are a real extension of the love existing between the parents. Homosexual acts will never have an "issue": They will never generate a child.
It's not likely that the 53-year-old Ms. Hanover will ever generate a child either, so I guess the big ceremony with 200 guests was all for naught, and Hanover and her high school sweetheart are living a lie. Then again, she's not a pathetic, self-deluding homosexual, so maybe her insistence on a status to which, by the laws of nature, she's not entitled is cool with the church and with right-thinking moral theologians everywhere.