Same Sex Marriages Should Be Allowed: Research and Analysis

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Table of Contents Introduction and Background 3 Discussion 3 Task A: An Arguable Working Thesis Statement Main Points Research 3 Task B: The Annotated Bibliography 4 Putting the Pieces Together 11 The Overview 11 The Facts 11 The Final Conclusion 12 The Same-Sex Marriage Introduction and Background A marriage amongst two individuals of the same sex individuality and/or same genetic sex is known as gay marriage or same-sex marriage. The supporters particularly refer the possibility to perform a marriage of the same sex or lawful appreciation of marriages of the same sex as equal marriage or marriage equality. The same-sex marriage has been the main focus of the debate over the definition of marriage since the era of early 90s. With regards to homosexuality changes, the issue of homosexuality has emerged as the social and legal environment in the case of interracial marriage. During the first decade of the twenty first century, the first laws enabling same-sex marriage in modern times were enacted. Same-sex couples were allowed to marry by thirteen countries by several sub-state authorities, such as, parts of the US and Mexico and thirteen other countries, like, Sweden, Spain, Norway, Iceland, Canada, Belgium, South Africa, Portugal, Netherlands, France, Denmark, Brazil and Argentina. Both social and legal, the discrimination against homosexuals has been diminished in the last thirty years. Discussion Task A: An Arguable Working Thesis Statement Main
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