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    “Do we have to know who’s gay and who’s straight? Can’t we just love everybody and judge them by the car they drive?”-Ellen Degeneres.In society today, gays and lesbians are constantly harassed for being that way.They are considered “abnormal” and are “easy targets” by people who don’t like them. This has become a big problem not only in America, but in the rest of the world. Gays and lesbians are living in a world where they are judged for liking someone of the same gender. Even though gay marriage is legal in all 50 states in the United States, that doesn’t mean that everyone is happy. They are constantly judged and made fun of and gay children in schools are sometimes constantly bullied for being that way. Despite the people that support them, there are still many that don’t. This constant bullying and judgement has led to the suicide of many gay and lesbian people. People think wrong of gays and lesbians because they…

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    or sex. Love has no labels. One hundred years ago different colored people couldn 't marry each other, or a Jew couldn 't marry a Christian, 100 years later look how many people are happily married. Marriage is based on Love, between 2 people that truly love each other, regardless of sex & gender. Although our country has legalized gay marriage, we still have a long way to go before gays and lesbians are accepted and…

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    Over the past decade or so, the stigmatization of sexual orientation and the antigay prejudice has drastically improved when compared to progress made over the last thirty or so years. Unfortunately there is still so much progress that needs to be made in order to finally say anti-gay prejudice no longer exists, or at the very least is a minor part of our society. Even today, the prejudice against gay men and lesbians is a prominent problem in our society, even though marriage equality has…

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    Gay Marriage

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    The traditional view of marriage, the union of one man with one woman, has been prevalent since ancient times. However, over the past few decades, gay marriage has incited many United States citizens into debates over the legalization of same-sex marriage. Those in opposition to gay marriage believe that it should not become a constitutional right because it is condemned in the Bible, it has a negative effect on children, and it twists the meaning of what marriage was intended to be. Over the…

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    Jeffress And Gay Marriage

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    Jeffress does an excellent job at grabbing the attention of many religious conservative people. At many times during his article, he mentions God not agreeing with homosexuality and presents many statements about how the Supreme Court’s decisions affects those Christians that disagree with gay marriage. “I believe that ultimately churches that refuse to honor same-sex marriage may face government sanctions—including the loss of their tax-exempt status—for refusing to honor same-sex…

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    complaining about how marriage within the same sex is “immoral” and they'll “go to hell for it”? Now and days that's a common barber shop topic and its casual to speak down on same sex couples and homosexual males and females. I believe that denying the right to marry is discriminatory and creates a second class of citizens, Marriage is an internationally recognized human right of all people, and same sex matrimony is a civil right. If all these reasons are true, then why has it taken all these…

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    Marriage is a concept older than any society or religion. It has gone through many changes through history and across the world. The idea of what defines a marriage has really heated up during the 20th century. In the late 60’s there was some scuttles with the police and gay areas in Ontario and New York. These started to lay a foundation down of what right a government has to interfere with a group of people that are causing no harm Through the 70 's the HIV/AIDS crisis came unfolding many…

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    Gay Marriage Imagine the love of your life, the person who means the most to you, and the person you want to spend the rest of your life loving, you can’t legally marry. Nothing breaks my heart more than people who are bashed, scrutinized, and judged for just loving people of the same gender. There are many reasons why gay marriage has not been legalized in all states yet. We struggle between religious views, laws, and the traditional family set up. Religion is a huge reason for the delay in…

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    Gay Marriage Thesis

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    Gay marriage is a very controversial topic in today 's society. Between the legalization of gay marriage and the movements for it, the country that was founded on the Christian faith is slowly losing sight of the bible. Gay marriage goes against what the bible says and God’s design for marriage and what it is. In the bible gives a lot of verses about marriage and what God wants in a marriage. Leviticus 18:22 it says “you shall not lie with a male as with a woman it is an abomination.”.…

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    In today’s world, illegalizing abortion or legalizing marijuana are only a few of the things that spark debate in Americans. As well as being another popular subject, same-sex marriage and its’ effects on children are put into this category of concerns widely discussed amongst our world today. Gay marriage is a matter that has been argued on for a number of years, and not just gay marriage but simply for the fact of being gay. This has not been accepted for decades, and although more of society…

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