In the first five years of Vermont's law, 7,549 couples have joined in civil unions, all but 1,137 of them from out of state. Roughly two-thirds have been women. There have been 78 dissolutions.So only about 1% of all the unions have ended. That's much better than our heterosexual counterparts who have about a 50% dissolution rate. I think I've found the biggest threat to traditional marriage: allowing gays and lesbians to marry would decrease the divorce rate and embarrass the heterosexuals who have been doing it wrong all this time.
See! Gay people do everything better!