Should Same-Sex Marriage Be Banned In The United States?

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Almost all or at least the majority of the citizens in the United States, would agree that they deserve the rights they are granted by the government. The opportunity to wed and marry the love of your life being one of those rights. Same-sex marriage has been a widely debated topic throughout the United States over the past couple of decades and has been unsolvable. Same-sex marriage is defined as the marriage between individuals or partners of the same sex. Same-sex marriage laws vary by jurisdiction. As all other controversial topics, same-sex marriage has two sides to the story. On one hand, people believe that same-sex marriage is immoral and unnatural. They do not agree with the passing of any laws allowing a women and a women or a man …show more content…
They propose and except the union between two men or two women. Some states treat the union between two men or two women equally to the union between a man and a woman. Rationally, do you believe that if same-sex marriage was banned within the United States, that gay or lesbian citizens would stop or change their lifestyles to be approved by another citizens? With the issue of gay marriage, not every individual is the same and with being a citizen of the United States; you should be granted your freedoms of living, no matter your race, creed or gender. However, same-sex marriage has long-term and short-term effects that effect themselves and the people in their lives.

The first major event for the United States occurred in May of 2004 when a couple in Massachusetts went through with the first legal marriage of two women. They became the first state in the United States to legalize same-sex marriage and allow homosexuals to gain marriage licenses. The first to wed in Cambridge, Massachusetts were Tanya McCloskey and Marcia Kadish at 9:15 a.m. after the City Hall doors opened at 12:01 a.m. by city officials for homosexual couples to receive their

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