Same Sex Marriage Should Be Legal

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Same-sex marriage; why is it even an issue in this era? To put it into perspective, almost 9 million Americans are identified as a homosexual, meaning this is not just a minor issue. Also, with our society making significant movements toward equality in recent decades both in gender and racial issues, one has to think about sexual equality in the United States. I will explain to the reader why we should legalize same-sex marriage, especially in terms of justice and the benefits our society receives from same-sex marriage. Also, the consequences of the legalization of same-sex marriage, both for homosexuals and our society, will be examined. Finally, I will debate arguments against same-sex marriage.
To achieve this goal, I have organized my paper into four main sections. In the first section, I provide a broad view on the reasons why we should legalize same sex marriage nationwide; explaining the terms of justice and benefits society reaps from its legalization. In the second section, I discuss the consequences of the legalization of same sex marriage for our society. I end my paper with a third section that discusses the importance of expanding these views on the issue of same sex marriage.
We have many homosexual people here in our country, making up a large amount of individuals who want freedom to marry. Many people ask themselves how we may benefit from the legalization of same-sex marriage and we may get many benefits from it. One of the main advantages would be a

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