Should Same Sex Marriage Be Legalized?

945 WordsOct 21, 20154 Pages
Everyday there are new changes that are happening in our country which will affect today’s society. Over the years same sex marriage became a massive confrontation among the world. There were sixteen states that ban same-sex marriage some by constitutional amendment, some by law, and the majority by both. Majority of the people absolutely did not want this awful law passed in America. Everybody know the right thing to do and this was not an appropriate law to be passed. “The Catholic Church, United Methodist Church, Southern Baptist Convention, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, National Association of Evangelicals, and American Baptist Churches USA all oppose same-sex marriage” (Same Sex Marriage Blog). Although the world wanted everybody to be happy same sex marriage was a decision that was very overwhelming. America major problem was the effects same sex marriage would have on today’s society. The main issue were people spiritual beliefs and what they thought was the right thing to do. When dealing with an important decision like this the Supreme Court had to put aside their own beliefs. In fact, one of the Supreme Court cases involves two women who want to get married, in part because Michigan laws do not allow unmarried couples to jointly adopt children (Live Science). Today’s society is already cruel and many children have trouble living in this world. When having two of the same parents the child troubles will increase a whole lot. “A child of a same-sex
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