Essay about Gay Marriage Should Be Legal

2179 Words Mar 28th, 2015 null Page
Lately, there has been a big discussion regarding the concept of gay marriage. The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) community has been fighting against the government, looking forward for public acceptance and governmental laws that would let people of the same sex get married. There are millions of same sex couples in the world who feel left behind because of the lack of equal rights. For example, people from all over the world move to the USA because cultures are rapidly associating with each other. These people are finding themselves trapped, thinking that they 're going to find more freedom and legal rights in the USA more than anywhere in the world. That’s what the country portrays to society, but in reality, human rights in the USA aren’t fully legally addressed; such as Gay marriage. This is a policy argument, and it needs to be addressed by government officers implementing laws that would allow the LGBT community to have access to legal marriage nationwide. Some European countries, as well as countries in North and South America, have already legalized gay marriage; for example Netherlands, Argentina, Mexico and several states in the USA such as PA, NY and CA now allow same sex marriage. The inconsistency of the legalization of gay marriage is a violation of human rights, therefore the USA should take the initiative to legalize gay marriage in all states. Love is unconditional, and it should describe the way we live and behave in today’s society.…

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