People in America have all different reasons to be against gay rights. It is against religion, it violates traditional marriage and family relationships, and it can confuse children. Marriage is when two people are brought together to share their life together for the rest of their lives. It really should not matter whether or not it is the same sex or two people of different genders that want to commit the rest of their life to someone.
There are many reasons why gay marriage should be allowed. Marriage benefits, it violates equal rights, it is allowing more children to become adopted and have loving homes, it encourages family values, there are financial benefits, but above all it doesn’t hurt anyone if two people of the same gender want to be married. Love should be one of the many reasons people marry and anyone is capable of loving another person.
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...on). Marriage is starting to be redefined as society grows. Fifty-three percent of Americans now support gay marriage (ProCon). Interracial marriage was illegal in many states until the Supreme Court ruled it unconstitutional. This is now completely common in America, its only time that marriage and society grows again.
Gay marriage is becoming more widely accepted each and every day. Even though it will never be accepted by everyone that doesn’t mean it should be illegal. Gay marriage will not directly affect the people who do not want it lives. Above all they will always be American citizens and the Constitution states that all citizens should be treated the same, fairly and equally.
"Should Gay Marriage be Legal." ProCon.org. 21 Oct 2013. Web. 29 Oct 2013.
Messerli, Joe. "Should Same-Sex Marriages be Legalized?."BalancedPolitics. Web. 29 Oct 2013.
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