Marriage means something different to everyone, not just for man and woman. It's for families, for security, bonding; it's for two people sharing their love, its two people making a commitment to one another. I don’t believe in love being gender oriented, it’s the personality you fall in love with. I don’t believe anyone is full heterosexual nor full homosexual, we are all somewhere in between.
There are many reasons why same-sex marriage should be legalised. As a general rule, not just for gays, we shouldn’t have to suffer because a few people do not like something. How would you feel if there was this one thing that you loved doing but society look down on you for it, they shunned you for being happy and forced you into the repetitive, boring life that everyone has to live? Honestly, how can we claim to be free when we view someone as less than a person for who they are attracted to? People, they tell you that you should be your self, an individual and pursue your dreams, pursue happiness. Those same people then judge you and force a life that’s conforms by their “normal” upon you. What is normal? It differs with everyone and every place.
For being gay some people will discriminate against you, not just at school either, throughout your whole life. They will bully you and make you feel worthless, so much that you would want to end it all, just because of what society thinks is ‘normal’, and that’s just wrong. It's not hurting anyone, it's not an act of rebellion, it's not negative in anyway. It's something as beautiful and simple as love. It baffles me how we can actually bully someone and discriminate against someone for being homosexual and think that as normal, whilst giving them a right to happiness isn’t normal? How is making people feel that they have to repress feelings or risk being made to feel worthless, more socially accepted then for accepting a friend who is gay?
I read a story once about a boy who, bluntly put, was...
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