The Legalization Of Gay Marriage Essay examples

1809 Words Jul 9th, 2016 8 Pages
The legalization of gay marriage has raised so many red flags to many citizen and is still being fought hand and nail today. Gay relationships have always been frown upon since the beginning of time, and God forbid that the same sex couples want to marry one another. On June 26th, 2015 the Supreme Court established a new civil right and handed gay rights advocates a historic victory (Washington, CNN).This ruling by the Supreme Court set straight that there is no banning of same sex marriage in all fifty states (Ariane de Vogue and Jeremy Diamond). What does the legalization of gay marriage mean for our society? Why are we so focus on who "should or shouldn 't" be married to each other, when all love is the same? We are all human and we all deserve a chance at this game that we play called "love" regardless of sexuality.
It is easy to throw stones on those who stand out because they are "not living the way God meant for us to live" or whatever that means. Just because the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community is different does not mean that they are not human. We all have the same blood, skin, nerves feelings, etc. made up of the same material. No one people was made differently, so why treat the LGBT community as if they are some type of aliens? Because they do not follow the crowd and they are not afraid for voice their feelings, by being the bright neon color in the dull box. Our country is suppose to be "The land of the free, and the home of the brave"…

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