The Pros And Cons Of Same Sex Marriage

2052 Words9 Pages
" nation under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all." Our pledge of
Allegiance states that we are a nation under God with liberty and justice for all citizens, yet many homosexuals don 't seem to receive their justice and equality like others in society because they like the same sex which is bad in others people 's eyes because of their religious beliefs. In July 2015 the Supreme court finally passed the law where same sex couples can marry anywhere in the United States in a safe environment where they get judged or mistreated or abused verbally . Although many states are still trying to out rule this law homosexuals across the country keep up with the fight, leaving no mercy for those who oppose.
To begin with, gay marriage
…show more content…
Lastly, this situation has been solved in June 2015. The bans on same­sex marriage have been declared unconstitutional, meaning that states are not allowed to ban same­sex marriage, yet states are still trying to out rule this law due to their religious beliefs." There is no room for equivocation on something to which the Bible speaks clearly, and if the Bible speaks clearly to anything, it speaks clearly to the reality of marriage" ( Baptist Groups React to Gay Marriage Ruling). This states that since it says clearly in the scripture of the Bible of the reality of marriage, why do people still fight it? this is the question many people against gay marriage ask themselves everyday. Arguing against homosexuals, one common problem that plagues gays and lesbians is that they are denied the right to marry due to the religious beliefs and freedom of speech of other people. In the article "judge orders kentucky clerk to issue same sex marriage licenses" explains how clerk Kim Davis was one of the handful of people who stopped issuing marriage licenses after the Supreme court legalized same sex marriage nationwide in June." (Time).

More about The Pros And Cons Of Same Sex Marriage

Open Document