Do You Believe In Gay Marriage? Yes. I feel that everybody should be allowed to get married. It doesn't matter if they love some one of the same sex, they should be able to express that love. In the following paragraphs I will give my reasoning’s for believing in gay marriage. I will support my beliefs with facts and personal opinions.
I believe that people have the right to do whatever they want. Who cares about same-sex marriage? To be honest, I don't know why people are going against it. I mean, it has NOTHING to do with them. It doesn't affect them. Same-sex marriage in the United States is not recognized by the federal government, but some are recognized by some individual states. IN 2004 Massachusetts became the first state to grant same-sex marriage license. Connecticut, Iowa, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, and Vermont were also granted that same marriage license.
In the early 1970s the movement to obtain marriage rights and benefits for the same-sex couples, in the United States began. By 1993 the issue became more prominent in U.S. politics, when the Hawaii Supreme Court decided Baehr v. Lewin, holding that the state's ban probably violated the state's Constitution, which prompted the U.S. Congress to pass the Defense of Marriage Act in 1996.
Opponents of same-sex marriage in the United States ground their arguments on parenting concerns, religious concerns, concerns that changes to the definition of marriage would lead to the inclusion of polygamy. Most of the opponents say that the union of marriage should only be between one man , one woman. Some opponents really are concerned about parenting. Their main argument is that children raised by same-sex parents are likely to become rebellious. It’s to be said that children raised by same-sex parents are more likely to be more influential and succeed in life. In conclusion this is my beliefs on gay marriage. So once again day marriage isn’t affecting anyone . Gay people should receive...
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