Ideological Turing Test Answers 1) Family bonding and stability is the key to a decent society; monogamy makes people better human beings by promoting loyalty, respect, and civilized virtues. Homosexual urges are a biological fact, and when they do not have a socially sanctioned structure for their lives in the form of marriage, their character degenerates into promiscuity and vice. 2) A society should be judged first and foremost by how it cares for its weakest and most vulnerable members. Children are always the most vulnerable in any society; they lack options and are unable to escape oppression on their own. It is unfair to risk their safety and human development by subjecting them to the untested experiment of new forms of child-rearing. If an experimental change to a child's upbringing would not be allowed by an IRB, it should not become a new social policy. 3) While consenting adults can make any contract they wish, children do not have the mental ability for meaningful consent, and therefore we must enforce default social contracts for them, based on our best understanding of their coherent extrapolated volition. It is likely that almost everyone would choose to grow up in an environment that matches its biological needs for a psychologically healthy upbringing, and would be willing to sacrifice future freedoms to do so. Behind the veil of ignorance, most people would be willing to sign the contract "I will significantly increase the odds that I grow up in an environment that allows me to reach my full potential as a sapient being, and in exchange I forfeit my future right to raise sapient beings if I have any mutation that significantly impairs my ability to do so." Let 'marriage' be defined in our social code as a reserved keyword denoting a standard social institution optimized for the production of future healthy sapient beings. All marriages must satisfy conditions that a potential sapient being would wish to be raised in, so entry into this status is reserved for those who can demonstrate the ability to properly raise sapient beings. As science advances, we will develop a more accurate understanding of the proper conditions for healthy psychological growth, and better tests for suitability to be a parent. However, as a first approximation, we can assume that a household with only two men or two women responsible for childrearing lacks some essential ingredients for the full healthy development of a child.