Same Sex Marriage
Isn’t it kind of amazing how a person who was once a stranger can suddenly without warning mean the world to you? Having to deal with such judgment in today’s society can be quite difficult. Knowing that family members and others will show different impressions on individuals can be quite overwhelming. Going through such changes can cause depression and anxiety. There are 33 states with legal gay marriages some examples include: 1. Kentucky
4. South Carolina
17 states banned same-sex marriage
Massachusetts, which became the first state to legalize gay marriage. On May 17, 2004, they had the lowest rate in the country in 2008. On December 20, 1999, the Vermont Supreme Court ruled unanimously in Baker vs. Vermont the same-sex couples were entitled to the same right, protections, and benefits as heterosexual couples. On July 1, 2000, Vermont became the first state in the U.S Institute civil unions, giving same right heterosexual married couples without calling it marriage.
In this speech I will be talking about the struggle of same sex marriage, what they have to go through to legalize their marriage. Being bisexual, homosexual, and transgender have made others look at them different. They get judge, bullied, and even look down on. No one knows the struggle they go through on day to day bases. Most aren’t gay just because they were molested as a child, raped, or even abused; but what is that supposed to mean? To get a same sex marriage license there is a 24 hour waiting period. Your same sex marriage license only last for 60 days. The License is only valid in the county where it was issued, a day after it is issued it is only valid for the following 60 days. You and your partner must both be at least 18 years old, neither of you can already be in a marriage, Same-Sex Marriage, or similar legal relationship. Some states do not allow Same-Sex Marriages between relatives. Both you and...
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