FIC said all along that people have the right to live however they choose but they do not have the right to redefine marriage for all of society. So the news that Hartford and New Haven “were among the top cities for LGBT people to live and work” would not be news to us…were it not for some other news reported in the same day’s print edition of The Courant.

There is the strange case of Samuel See, “a Yale University professor found dead at a detention facility following his arrest in a domestic incident”:

New Haven police responded to a domestic dispute at See’s home the evening of Nov.23. Sunder Ganglani, 32, who identified himself as See’s husband, was at the home in violation of a protective order…

Police said See became enraged and yelled that he shouldn’t be arrested because he was in his own home. He fought with officers who tried handcuffing him, police said.

“I will kill you… I will destroy you,” See allegedly yelled at an officer as he was led to a police car.

And the Manchester woman accused of stabbing her ex-girlfriend in Hartford:

HARTFORD — A 21-year-old woman was arrested Wednesday on charges that she stabbed her former girlfriend during a fight on Bliss Street.

Pamela Landon, of Manchester, faces a single count each of first-degree assault, second-degree strangulation, criminal attempt to commit murder, first-degree reckless endangerment and second-degree breach of peace.

Earlier this past week, The Courant also carried a small item on “a sharp increase in unprotected sex among gay American men, a development that makes it harder to fight the AIDS epidemic”.

Again, what concerns FIC is the negative effects same-sex “marriage” will have on society. Early evidence is already confirming our warnings, though the full effects will not be known for decades. In the meantime–and politically correct pleasantries about Hartford and New Haven notwithstanding–the daily newspapers regularly drop unintentional hints that all is not well in the same-sex “marriage” universe.