Essay on Same Sex Marriage : Annotated Bibliography

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Annotated Bibliography

Logan, B. (2000). Same-sex ‘marriage’? Tauranga, N.Z: AFFIRM Publications.

The author is an elite researcher and pro-gay sex marriage activist. The content of the book is credible enough as it relates to the subject matter by describing current statistics and trends. The author provokes the mind of readers to assume change of mindset and perception towards gays and lesbians or a better future. The author discusses the need for society to have a different mind as regards homosexuality. The author argues that same-sex marriage is healthy. It stresses for essential points that outline the emotional and physical dangers of gay marriage. It employs quotes from diverse references to emphasize each of the claims. It also does compare mixed-sex marriage and same-sex relationships stressing that conventional marriages do not last as long and are not healthier. Finally, the author argues why same children should adopt children. The author makes uninformed allegations using inappropriate material that can be easily challenged. For instance, the source associates only the mixed-sex relationships to what marriage should be.

It is the assumption of every citizen that they deserve to be accorded certain rights by the government. This is right because a citizen that is law abiding and makes his contribution to the growth of the economy by paying taxes ought to be taken care of by the government of the day. The government does this by; upholding and protecting…

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