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    Expanding Marriage to Same-Sex Couples

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    Homosexual couples, like their heterosexual counterparts, engage in the same activities, spend time together, share their ups and downs, and jointly decide if they want to spend the rest of their lives together. In the end, the restriction of homosexual couples from marriage does not seem logical and is counterproductive to the basic principles of liberty, democracy, and justice. Therefore, it is crucial that the U.S government extends the recognition of marriage to same sex couples while preserving

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    Rights of Same-Sex Couples as Parents

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    S., only six allow same-sex couples to get married, even fewer allow same-sex couples their full rights as parents. State laws aren’t the only laws to blame; some federal laws also inhibit same-sex marriage, benefits, adoption, and parenting rights. There are even laws prohibiting same-sex couples from becoming adoptive parents altogether. Rights should not be limited because of sexual orientation, race, religion, gender, or creed; that’s discrimination. Same-sex couples who want to be parents should

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    Denying same-sex couples the right to marry causes gay and lesbian families to appear as second class citizens and sends the message that it is acceptable to discriminate against them. For the longest time civil rights has been a battle of right and wrong, affecting the lives of many people around the world. Discrimination against gays denies them their civil rights with regards to their social roles in marriage work, and everyday life. As of now, 17 states in North America have licensed and legalized

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    Equal Rights for Same-Sex Couples

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    relationship official. For many same-sex couples across the United States of America this is a reality. Even though great strides have been made in the advancement of gay rights, homosexual couples still face opposition from the Federal Government by being denied the right to a marriage. Same-sex marriages should be constitutionalized. While the Federal Government denies gay and lesbian couples the right to marry, there are some state governments which allow same-sex couples the right to domestic partnerships

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    Same Rights to Same Sex Couples

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    are people that deserve freedom and equality and taking away their right to marriage is taking away their equality with the rest of Americans. Even though certain religions are against same sex marriage, same sex marriage guarantees equality and freedom. Gay marriage would make it easier for same-sex couples to adopt, providing stable homes for children who would otherwise be left in foster care. Making gay marriage legal in America will be the only way one could believe America is really the land

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    paving the way for a brighter future. In hopes of being normal, many same-sex couples want to have a family and for some the only option is adoption. Well, same-sex adoption is not legal in most places which makes this dream for some impossible. This caused controversy between same-sex couples and the general public who believes that same-sex adoption should remain illegal. Ultimately, same-sex adoption should be legal. The same-sex controversy is one of the many results from the slow process of gay marriage

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    Same-sex marriage is a topic often discussed in the Christian church. Christians will argue that it is immoral and it is corrupting the sanctity of marriage, while many politicians advocating for it will say that a ban against it violates the Fourteenth Amendment, granting all citizens "equal protection of the laws." The decision is being left to each state as to whether or not to allow same-sex marriages, and there have been numerous rallies and protests both for and against legalizing it. Shortly

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    are same-sex couples that would like to honor their relationship with one of the most sacred traditions, marriage (Gay). I believe that the government should recognize civil unions, because everyone deserves the right to marry and be with who they want. If the government where to recognize same-sex marriage, it would benefit each state, as well as, the economy in general. Marriage would also grant same-sex couples the same medical, financial and social benefits that heterosexual couples have enjoyed

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    person, but for homosexuals it is still a battle that they are fighting in order to become an official couple in many states. Love should have no boundaries, especially in a land that is known for its freedom, but many realize that there are some things worth fighting for and many continue to do just that. After all, this is America and we deserve to be free in so many ways. When it comes to same-sex marriage, it is now left up to each individual state to decide on their own laws after the United States

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    On the morning of June 26, 2015, the United States awoke to a new and more equal country. The United States Supreme Court ruled that a ban on same-sex marriages, in any state, was unconstitutional and therefore, made legitimate the marriages and the hopes of millions of Americans. Certainly, this was something to celebrate, and even if America should have led the way in this and all forms of equality instead of showing up fashionably late to the party, it was still something that all Americans and

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