What does the term “socially relevant” mean?

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  • It has something to do with the times we are currently in

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    I agree with you as usual (if I understand you correctly). For example, 𝒈𝒶𝓎 marriage would actually cost the government more money than if 𝒈𝒶𝓎 marriage were not legal. Of course, the cheapest solution would be to have no marriage at all, but then that would be going a little far. I feel the best balance is that marriage should stay between a man and a woman. Right Wing Extremist is certainly someone I usually agree with, but I disagree with his marriage stance. In my opinion, social issues are crucial to conservatism. For example, abortion on a federal budget means a lot more spending. Now a Libertarian may say that they do not support government funding of abortion, just that it should be legal. All morals aside, it would be very hard to enforce this policy of the government not giving to abortion clinics. Is this what you're asking, or am I missing the point?

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    What does the term "socially relevant" mean?

  • if whatever is being said/done coincides with social norm.

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