What I think about that is that I think it’s very wrong and people do not realize that being gay is very hard, and they can’t be put in their shoes to see how it is. The whole problem is that people of different aspects or view have been discriminated because of what they believe in and what they want to act in. So what I want to say is that homosexuals should have the same equal rights and the same amount of freedom as straight people because in this world it does not matter who, what you are, but it does matter how you contribute to this world and how people make it a better place.
In most religions same sex preferences are a sin and frowned upon. Some agree on procreation to repopulate the world, but are against homosexuals adopting children contrary to the fact they cannot procreate on their own. If this is a legitimate argument then only people who are fertile and want to procreate should be able to get married according to this statement. Same sex couples are discriminated against and generally don’t have the same rights as others. In mo... ... middle of paper ... ...possible.
Have you ever been treated so unfairly, but knew there was very little you could do to change it? If so, then you know exactly how many of the homosexuals in the world feel about the right to marry. Many homosexuals feel that this right has been kept just out of reach for them, due to others who despise them. These individuals believe that being gay is wrong, immoral and disgusting; but this is definitely not the case. Gay marriage should be allowed in the United States because this decision supports the idea of equal rights, the effectiveness of children with homosexual parents, and this act would do no harm to society.
Same-sex couples should be able to have access to the same benefits straight cou... ... middle of paper ... ... homosexuality was a choice, then being straight is just another choice as well; that all just sounds redundant. Just because you follow a religion does not make you more sacred and better than any other person. Those types of people who are so full of them is what makes me sick the most. Homosexuals are not the enemy in this equation, the main enemy are the anti gay community. In the end, homosexualy will conqur the day even if you like it or not for there is too much support to help it.
So next time you go to call one of them a fruit, a dike, or a queer think about how that would make you feel and then maybe you won’t say it. No gay person should feel like they need to hide their sexuality because that wasn’t their choice. Also, they definitely should never get bullied because of it. People should be able to come out to whoever they like and not be ignored by family and friends. They shouldn’t feel like they are trash because that's what other people think.
However all of the points may be arguable it still doesn’t change that fact that gay people are humans that love like any other person in this world and should not be excluded from marrying the person that they love. Same sex marriages should not be banned because it is untraditional; but should be recognized like any other marriage involves love and it might be different but we all should be recognized as equals. Same sex marriages should be legalized in all states because everyone has different views on the topic, but happiness makes the world go around amongst other things and no one should be deprived of their happiness no matter their sexual preferences. Same sex marriages should not be banned because it is untraditional; but should be recognized like any other marriage involves love and it might be different but we all should be recognized as equals.
You don’t have to compromise convictions to be compassionate.” –Rick Warren The issue in today’s society is that you either have to love homosexuals and agree with them or you have to hate them and disagree with how they live their life. I find this to be untrue. My opinion is that you can love them but that doesn’t mean you have to accept their lifestyle. Homosexuality has been in our world forever. There have been stories from ancient times mentioning people having homosexual activity.
I will not be helping the person for the sake that it’s the right event to do, nor it will help my ego, nor it’s my duty. I will help them, by the reason that I want to, considering if I were in the same situation I would want someone to do the same. Someone people may say, that they will not help them out, because according to “Arthur”, if anything is clear, however, it is that our code does not require such heroism (pg. 234). According to Arthur he says that we don’t have to help them out, it’s not our duty to help them out.
Moreover, no one should feel the shunning of discrimination or hatred for whom they love because of what sex they are. The rights for “all”, all, in fact, being substantially biased, of these times do not actually fair towards equality. “What We Want, What We Believe” is written to state what the final goal is. It puts their point of view into perspective–they being lesbians, gays, and bisexuals mainly. It states that they do not wish for violence and to gain natural human rights.
Bok says that whom one marries is a private matter, but it is virtually never a secret matter. Mohr does not believe that outing one's sexual orientation violates any legitimate gay privacy interest. If someone sees you doing something in public that suggests that you are a homosexual, and that someone tells someone else, it does not mean that that someone has violated the right to privacy. There is no real control over privacy. He says that it is sexual acts, not sexual orientations that are protected by privacy.