Compare And Contrast Same Sex Marriage Vs Traditional Marriage

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Traditional Marriage Verses Same-Sex Couples
Marriage is a legal ceremony proclaiming one’s devotion to one person for the rest of his or her life. From the very beginning, in Genesis chapter two, starting with Adam and Eve, marriage has been defined as a union of one man and one woman (Bible). Throughout the years many have come forward in their sexual preferences of having a same-sex partner, thus trying to redefine what has been customarily known as a traditional relationship. Recently, the laws have been starting to change. Man’s laws should not change with the times; same sex marriage should never be approved, based on psychological effects of families and most importantly God’s law.
To begin, man’s law in the United States came in effect
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To begin, Same-sex couples can help improve the chances of kids having a home. According to Jackson, since same sex couples cannot have kids, and since surrogacy is expensive, it gives kids a better chance of being adopted. Kids will also have a chance to be brought into a loving home. Also adoption has gone up since same-sex couples are allowed to adopt, they are giving them a proper home. Along with homosexual kids who are up for adoption or in a foster home, they can have a chance to be adopted in a home that understands them. Another thing that is good about same sex couples is that if they did adopt a child, the child could have a chance to be in a less sheltered and less hateful environment since they will be taught to be less judgmental thereby being able to form better relationships with people. These children will grow up putting aside the fact of their race, religious beliefs, gender, sexuality, and personal preferences on life (Life Long Adoptions). People presume same-sex parents who have children think it hurts the child, but the child seem to turn out fine. To conclude, as long as the child is in a proper home with loving and nurturing parents, the child will have a chance of living a healthy …show more content…
For example, there are single mothers who have a son and no father in their life. Does this mean that he will take the characteristics of his mother? According to Jackson, While not as comprehensive as Lamb 's meta-analysis, a look at 500 children between the ages of one and seventeen as part of the Australian Study of Child Health in Same-Sex Familiar found that children with same-sex parents are actually healthier than those with opposite-sex parents. Dr. Simon Crouch of University of Melbourne 's McCaughey VicHealth Centre stated, "Because of the situation that same-sex familiar find themselves in, they are generally more willing to communicate and approach the issues that any child may face at school, like teasing or bullying." This tells that most children are comfortable with same sex parents and there are no problems with understanding a certain role. Along with a proper understanding of people, they learned to respect each-other because they would talk to someone than remain quiet about their feelings of being judged (Well-Adjusted Children). From these studies scientist have come to understand that as long as the child is raised in a proper loving home they will be healthy. But above all it does not matter upon a role since some children can have: same-sex parents, opposite sex parents,

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