Why shouldn't gay marriage be legalised in Australia? Aren't they human beings as well? They deserve every right as a straight person would have when getting married. Thats why I have so much courage in saying that gay marriage should be accepted in Australia!
Firstly everyone deserves their own Hallmark moment. We all have either gay friends or relies who pay their taxes and live by the law like anyone else. But when it comes to one of the most important moments of your life, your wedding day, the law says gays are suddenly so different they're not allowed to have one. Society says its fine for gays to tailor your wedding suite, coordinate the reception, even stand up and declare you man and wife. Hows that fair? Hows that not discriminating? Gay people aren't stereotypes, they're real human beings with real hearts and their love for their partners is just as precious as the love between a man and women. They want to get married for exactly the same reason as everyone else does. They're in love. They want to make a commitment to each other. I don't see how allowing same sex couples to get married hurts anyone else. Marriage brings so much joy, not to mention for families and friends. Every mum wants to see her son or daughter to get married. It shouldn't make a difference if her kids gay.
Secondly what about the kids raised by gay people? They deserve the stability that comes with marriage, just like all kids. All of us benefit when there is a bit more love in the world. If there are say 1000 gay couples who got married and decided to have 1 or more kids than 1000 to 2000 kids will be saved from unhopeful futures and dreams. All those poor kids will finally have a home, doesn't anyone want that for the world. There are so many ads for sponsoring kids well heres your chance to save there lives through gay couples who cant have kids but can adopt and give them a bright future, that their real parents want for them, its not like gay...
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