I didn't listen to this dialogue because no women were involved in it. David Blankenhorn has never publicly renounced his view that the father should be the major moneymaker in the family and he has never supported egalitarian marriage. So I am always suspicious of anything that he does.
Since women usually make most of the career compromises in heterosexual marriage, it is unfair to have a "dialogue" on marriage just between two men, even if one of them is gay. Progressive, feminist women need to be leaders in the marriage dialogue and we should ALWAYS strive to marriage to be fair to all parties involved.
I do not think that marrage equality will lead to more egalitarian marriages, especially if the discussion is led by men. And most especially, if they have "spouses" who are doing most of the housework and childcare and making the career sacrifices.
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