Gay Marriage Thesis

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Gay Marriage

What would you think if one of your parents wants to marry someone that’s the same gender as them? Same-sex couples are people too and they have the right to marry even if they are the same gender. They’re several reasons why homosexuals feel strongly about wanting to be legally married. Gay marriage should be legalized in all states and countries, it has been held off for too long. “America’s lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgender citizens contribute to serve in our military, and is apart of our nation” (Takano 2).
There are 1,049 benefits, rights and privileges offered through legal marriage in the United States. A same-sex couple is prevented from legally marrying, they’re being denied these rights and the equal protection of the law. They are not letting anyone marry the same gender as their own, the law is you will be treated equal and get the same rights as everyone else. We live in a tolerant world and minorities need to be protected, they are the most susceptible to being discriminated against even from a legal point of view.
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There are lots of people that think that gay marriage is a good thing and there are not a lot of people that are going against it right now so they are passing this law quickly. Gay and lesbians are particularly concerned with family law issues because they will not be able to have a family. They would have to adopt a child and if the court does not let them because they are gay then they will not be able to have a family. Reasoning spurred judges to void a series of state laws that had limited marriage to a man and women; the law thinks that there are going to be too many gay marriages if they pass it. So they are going to limit how many people they let marry. Allowing gay couples to marry would strengthen communities to not judge people just because of the people they are interested

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