Same Sex Marriage Is Immoral Or Not? Essay

786 Words Nov 29th, 2014 4 Pages
From the video, the students and Professor Michael Sandel debate arguments about supporting and opposing the idea of same sex marriage and even solo marriage. They take the spot of legislators for voting a new marriage law that is morally right and permissible in the society. Then they come up with a third viewpoint that if the states and government want to be neutral then they shouldn’t be involved in such regulation. It is extremely challenging to find an acceptable law to correspond to the diverse ethnicities because everyone holds their unique fundamental beliefs. It would be problematic to argue with each different perspective of same sex marriage. The people should be free to select their partner, two consenting women or men. I agree with this stance than any other viewpoints. I believe everyone have their right to choose under democracy. Whether homogenous marriage is immoral or not, limiting the freedom to choose is wrong. However, I am not indicating that the government should step out of the picture absolutely, but the government and the states should concede the homogenous couples in terms of honorific social recognition. Many states within the United States already permitted same sex marriage, according to (, 2014), “More than 30 states and the District of Columbia allow marriage for same-sex couples… same-sex couples married in states that allow it are now entitled to federal benefits afforded to heterosexual couples”. More than half of the country is…

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