The Best Argument against Gay Marriage: Glen Lavy's

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The Best Argument against Gay marriage: Glen Lavy’s
“Gay marriage and the ‘slippery slope’ ” Proponents to the legalization of same sex marriage came up with a lot of reasons as why gay marriage should be legal. The major ones are that not allowing same sex people to get married prevents them from getting legal benefits like hospital visitation, health insurance, family leave and more. They also argued that they are fighting for their rights the same way African Americans were fighting back in the day, and that gay marriage will not threaten our society. For centuries, religious and political leaders had protected the sanctity of marriage as the union of a person with a member of the opposite sex for procreation in a consensual and
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As most people know these are the main defenses of the LGBT community in their fight for the right to get married. There is no biological proof or genetic marker that shows that someone was born to be attracted to the same sex or the opposite sex. By that logic, a bisexual and a polygamist can make the same case. People against polygamy argued that the women involved in them are being abused, and that polygamy marriage will be a tax problem. Women and men are also being abuse in heterosexual marriages. Since the law prosecutes the abusers in these marriages, it is logical to assume that the law will be able to prosecute them in polygamous ones also. I was not able to find tax problems for the government other than polygamist households will be making too much or too little money. Or that it will be a nightmare for a court to distribute the wealth of a dead husband without a will. If that is a concern of the IRS, I suggest that the government tax a person a percentage for each additional marriage. Concerning the distribution of wealth, I suggest that they distribute it evenly to the wives regardless of how many children they have. If one of them doesn’t have any children, then she gets less than the ones that have.
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