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WATCH: Colbert Chides Scalia for Envisioning Lesbian Threesomes as Far Back as 2003

A Massachusetts 'throuple" is a troubling sign of the times.
 
 
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Stephen Colbert took on the thorny questions raised by three Massachusetts women who say they are married to one another and want to be legally recognized as a "throuple."

“Excuse me,” Colbert said. “I just ‘throupled’ a little in my mouth. This is a massive affront to traditional marriage. It’s ‘Adam and Eve,’ not ‘Madam and Eve…and Shelia.”

It is a worrisome trend all right, Colbert points out. It could ruin the traditional marriage ruiner of traditional threesomes, which seem like a fun birthday present, until "someone cries everytime the name Stacy comes up."

Of course, as Fox and other conservative media have pointed out, this troubling trend is all the fault of legalizing marriage equality in the first place, which has proven to be a slippery slope from "sodomy to gay marriage to throupling to threestiality."

Three lesbians together has indeed been foretold, by the Supreme Court, "and the entire porn industry.," Colbert quipped.

No one was more prescient than Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia who "was thinking about three lesbians together way back in 2003 when he dissented in Lawrence v. Texas, which struck down Texas’s anti-sodomy law, saying the ruling ‘called into question…state laws against bigamy, same-sex marriage, adult incest, prostitution, masturbation, adultery, fornication, bestiality, and obscenity,” Colbert said.

So, that was back when Scalia was still thinking.
 
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