Same Sex Marriage Should Be Legalized

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Same-sex Marriage
Patrisha Lindquist
Brown Mackie College

Same-Sex Marriage Can you imagine your wedding day? Do you see yourself walking towards your husband all dressed up in a pretty white dress or watching your wife walk towards you, as you stand at the end of the isle, awaiting her to be given to you? There are flowers everywhere, music playing, and all your family and friends there watching you in the spot light. Now, imagine that person that your lovely walk towards being the same sex as you. Does that change your image? Times are changing, traditions are changing, and so should people 's mind set on equality for marriage. Same-sex marriage is a marriage between two persons of the same biological sex or gender identity. This paper argues that same sex marriages should be legalized because, just as heterosexuals, we all share the same blood. In the olden days, religious people, believe that the tradition of marriage was between a man and woman. Nowadays, we fight for the right for same genders to conjoin in marriage. Activist against same-sex marriage believe that if they allow this to happen, the walls of tradition would weaken. However their definition of tradition is used in a problematic way. According to Webster Dictionary, tradition is define as “a way of thinking, behaving, or doing something that has been used by the people in a particular group, family, society, for a long time.” Therefor a traditional marriage can be anything
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