Against Same Sex Marriage Essay

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Same-Sex marriage has been a rising epidemic since the beginning of the twenty first century. Same-Sex marriage is a major conflict between many people in the United States, it is a major conflict because some people in the United States believe that it does not allow a pure family to be made and others believe that it goes against their religious beliefs. Although many people are against Same-Sex marriage, many people support it as well. In the last couple of years, states in the U.S. have begun legalizing Same-Sex marriage, including Arkansas, California, South Carolina, Virginia, and Rhode Island, besides these states there are still many more who have legalized it or in the process of trying to legalize it. Same-Sex marriage should be legalized …show more content…
There are still those who are against
It. One of the reasons people are against Same-Sex marriage is because they believe a pure family cannot be made out of it. They believe this because in order for a Same-Sex
Couples to have a child “they must circumvent nature by costly and artificial means or employ surrogates” (10 Reasons Why). This means that the baby would be raised without its “natural” mother or father (depending on the type of couple). Also sociologists have made the discovery that the best place to raise a baby is with its natural mother and father, not just one of the two (Fischer, Bryan). It is also believed that “opposite sex parenting gives children examples of both masculinity and femininity in action,” (10 Reasons Why), so a child with a Same-Sex couple may not get to experience both types of actions. Lastly, it is believed that even though Same-Sex marriage can make people happy, it can cause confusion in their kids, which can have a lasting impact on them for the rest of their
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The United States has been transforming into a new era, new ideas have taken its place and Same-Sex marriage should be one of them. Same-Sex marriage has already became a reality in many states in the U.S. and other countries around the world, so instead of trying to get rid of it, everyone should accept it for the way it is. Same-Sex marriage has many advantages including an increase in children adoptions, and a decrease in the rate of gay teen suicides. Besides these advantages, there are many more to be found. Same-Sex marriage is past due on being passed; marriage is a given right to all citizens of the U.S. and should not be taken away just because of the gender a person decides to

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