Political Uprising: Gay Marriage
In today’s civilization, gay marriage is unlawful in 48 of the 50 states. No matter how reflective our love is toward the person, how long the parties have been together, and how urgently we need the civil liberties associated with marriage, gay marriage is denied entry at the courthouse doors. This political uprising sends a strong message, not only to the gay and lesbian community but to our nation as a whole, that heterosexuality is more respected and valuable than homosexuality, that the heterosexual is more ordinary, customary, and ethical than the homosexual. It is unjust, and it is time for change.
We have an extensive voyage ahead. Together we must convert average citizens both understandably and passionately, that marriage is a basic human right, and it needs to be made accessible to all. Through teaching, empathy, and motivation, we will realize equal opportunity. There is nothing wrong with being: Black, White, Asian, Latin, skinny, fat, short, tall, male, female, asexual, heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, transsexual, or pansexual. There is a problem with people sad, and humiliating others just because they choose to express who they are. In the substance of righteousness, envision if tomorrow the congress endorsed a law disagreeing Catholics the right to raise their kids together in a lawfully threatened relationship. In another instance the law said, African-American couples who were married for decades would no longer have the luxury of filling of tax returns, joint policies for their home, health or auto insurance. With all that being said, this is a day-to-day realism for lots of gay Americans. While it may not be willingly perceived, marriage comes with a swarm of legal rights, unstable from the ability to collect Social Security survivor’s welfares to the right not to have to go against a spouse in court.
The liberty to get married has long been documented as one of the vigorous...
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