Analyzing Same-Sex Marriage

1533 WordsFeb 19, 20186 Pages
Imagine if you had a child love someone who has same sex and wanted you to accept their love for each other by being at their wedding. Would you attend the wedding? Some would say yes; however, others would say no. Why would they say “No”? Because marriage has been traditionally defined as a religious and legal commitment between a man and a woman. As we know, same-sex marriage has been a prominent issue that has so many arguments not just in the United States, but around the world over many years now. There is absolutely nothing more controversial than same-sex marriage in gay rights topic. Everyone has different opinions about same-sex marriage whether it should be legal or not. We now have to consider two aspects that are moral and religious. These two form a fundamental belief that same-sex couples and opposite-sex couples are different. Based on the definition of marriage, the view of religion, bad effects to children, and the lifestyle that should not be encouraged; therefore, the government should not legalize the same-sex marriage. Same-sex marriage is also used as a synonym for gay marriage. It is the union between two people of the same sex in a marital relationship. Same-sex marriage are obtaining acceptance in some countries, but some others still do not give permission to gay couples to marry. In 2001, Netherlands was the first country that legalized same-sex marriage. In the United States, Massachusetts was the first state that legalized same-sex marriage in
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