When it comes to marriage equality, it seems that there’s always someone ready to make the case for what they want.
For one thing, Anderson has been doing her best to be a champion of marriage equality all along.
She has spoken at the National Association of Evangelicals conference, which is held every year in Washington, DC, and has even appeared on television to promote marriage equality.
But her efforts have fallen flat on their face.
She’s been labeled an extremist by some, while her views on marriage equality have been called “misogynistic” by others.
And it’s not just marriage equality advocates who are criticizing her on her views.
Some marriage equality supporters have also criticized her for being too outspoken about the subject, and she has faced backlash for making the “misandry” claim.
“There are two sides to every story,” Anderson told the Daily Dot.
“I just think we have to look at the bigger picture.”
So what does Anderson think of the issue of marriage?
Anderson told us that she’s a believer in traditional marriage, but she’s not one of those who thinks that marriage should be based on sex.
“What I believe in is being in a relationship, and that means being with someone who is your spouse for life,” Anderson said.
“If we can’t have a life together and it’s a happy relationship, then we shouldn’t have to have a marriage.”
So does Anderson believe in marriage equality?
Anderson doesn’t think so.
“That’s just not how I think about marriage,” she told the site.
“It’s something that is a matter of personal choice, and I don’t think I’m really on the side of that.”
Anderson has made it clear that she doesn’t support marriage equality at all, and if she were to support it, it would be based around “consent.”
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Anderson said that she thinks that people should have the right to choose what happens with their own bodies.
“My issue with marriage is that I think people should be able to decide what they do with their bodies and their sexuality,” she said.
“I think there’s a lot of people who have come to my door, and it looks like they’re saying, ‘I don’t want to be with you anymore, I don,t want to marry you, and we’re not going to have sex.
I don no longer feel that I need you,'” Anderson continued.
“And I’m just really upset.
Anderson also said that marriage equality is an issue of personal liberty, and not a matter that should be decided by politicians.
“If you’re not a citizen of this country, and you’re in a position of authority, then you should have absolute freedom to make your own decisions,” she continued.
And, “I think it’s the same with marriage.
If you’re an atheist and you don’t believe in the marriage institution, then I’m not for it.”