gay marriage in Australia
Hello fellow classmates and Ms Argus today I will be talking about the topic of gay marriage in Australia. First of all let me say it seems that the reason why there are so many arguments with this problem is because there are two different opinions on what marriage is. One opinion is from a non-religious person’s point of view and the other is from a Christian’s point of view. A non-religious person sees marriage as a celebration of love whereas a Christian would see marriage as the uniting of a man and women. Should it be legalised? Well yes I say it should be legalised and frankly I don’t see any reasons at all to why it shouldn’t be legalised. I mean if two people love each other, they should have the right to celebrate their love for each other. Nowadays there is no tolerance for discrimination. We as humans are discriminating against homosexual people for not allowing them to get married. The most romantic moment of a person’s life is the moment of proposal and marriage but aren’t we aren’t we denying homosexuals of experiencing that special moment? I mean heterosexual couples no matter how old they are will always remember their proposal and wedding day. There are also many children around the world that need adoption and who better to adopt then couples who can’t produce a baby? Many of the people, who disagree with same-sex marriage, disagree about it for a variety of reasons. Like religion, people who are religious believe that marriage was created for a man and women. They also believe that homosexuals are unnatural and that love is meant to be for between a man and a women, that’s why couples cannot procreate without the other and that if same-sex marriage were to be legalised it would be like changing what marriage is and that there is no reason to changing what already works. The problem with this is because marriage is no longer a tradition or ceremony for people who are religious but is a world-wide tradition that is...
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