Gay Marriage Should Be Legal Essay

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Should Gay Marriage Be Legal? “Tradition alone cannot form a rational basis for a law… The fact that a particular discrimination has been ‘traditional’ is even more of a reason to be skeptical of its rationality.” - Judge Chris Piazza
Gay marriage has been a controversial headline that in the past couple years, hasn 't seemed to actually left the news. Why? Well, because our country is discriminative against anyone or anything that is different from the ‘normal’ or quite frankly, going against what The Bible has in its hundreds of pages. Even though people read between the lines everyday to find a reason to make what they are doing wrong, sound okay. I believe that every single living, breathing person walking this earth deserves to love who they want to love, and they deserve to be happy and not scared in the process. Society is a place where people say
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There is no one like you! You are your own person!” when people are beaten down physically and mentally every day because they love someone, and not who society wants them to love; while they are trying desperately to be themselves. Since that is not enough for everyone, gay marriage should be legalized in all states because lesbian and gay couples can make just as good parents as any straight couple, arguments and laws on why gay marriage should not be legal are decrepit, and because homosexuality is a natural occurrence among animals in nature. “Marriage is not only for procreation, otherwise infertile couples or couples not wishing to have children would be prevented from marrying. Gay couples are and can be parents too (“Should Gay Marriage Be Legal?” 1). In information collected by Jonathan Vespa in

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