Homosexual marriage

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  • Homosexual Marriage Australia

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    Why not Australia? Australia is considered to be one of the most accepting country in the world. But why is homosexual marriage still illegal? Australia has come along way in regards to accepting and acknowleding gay and lesbian relationships. Sodomy laws were part of Australian law, from 1788 through to 1994 under Human Rights (Sexual Conduct) Act 1994. The punishment was reduced from execution to life in prison in 1899. Today, homophobia still exsists, however being gay or lesbian it is no longer

  • Homosexual Marriage Analysis

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    Maggie Gallagher argues that she is not in favor of homosexual marriage which is relationship view, because it ruins the basic human value, procreation. Her strongest argument according to her essay would be the continuation of society since at one point in the world, there was a low population. In addition, as concluded by many scientists, we could stop having children and still be able to survive with the people and resources that we have. Since this is her main reason for the argument, she

  • Homosexuals' Right to Marriage Essay

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    Due to this, federal benefits such as social security retirement and survivors benefits, along with federal tax breaks for married couples do not apply to the homosexual community. They may be refused health insurance under their partners insurance solely, based on the fact that they are not legally married. However, this country is constantly consumed with healthcare related issues and people not being covered

  • Homosexual Marriages: Two Sides of the Story Essays

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    The topic of homosexual marriages, or the marrying of two people of the same sex, is rather disputed among the majority of people in today’s society. Only small amounts of the population have opinions that are strongly favoring one side of the debate. For most of society who are the middle-of-the-road citizens, it is a tough call to make one way or the other. The main topics that are disputed are raising children in a same-sex household, the capacity of churches to allow such a marriage, and the integrity

  • Not Protecting the Right of Homosexual Marriage Endangers the Rights of Others

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    Not Protecting the Right of Homosexual Marriage Endangers the Rights of Others Civil marriage is enjoyed by all people in society; all people that is, excluding the ones that find love in the form of their own gender. These people are being denied the basic right of engaging in legally bound matrimony. Laws, such as this one, have been created time and time again, mostly by ignorant bigots, only to be dissolved when finally seen as immoral and unjust in the eyes of someone without hatred in their

  • Why Homosexual Marriage Is Harmful And Must Be Opposed

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    and simply titled, “10 Reasons Why Homosexual ‘Marriage’ is Harmful and Must be Opposed”. I’d like to preface my paper with this: It was posted and written by FTP Student Action, a fundamentally conservative student organization. Many of their statements are based on biblical teachings and beliefs. As such, many of the arguments presented are subjective and perceived validity will vary with one’s religious standpoint. The primary claim is that homosexual marriage is morally, socially, and biologically

  • Argument Against Homosexual Marriage

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    Running Head: Homosexuals Marriage Homosexuals Marriage Homosexuals Marriage INTRODUCTION: In today's world, the problem of same sex marriage is increasing day by day. Although there are certain laws about the homosexuals in the western society but still many people do not see it with dignity because of their own ethical perceptions. As far as their legal marriage is concerned, it is very not a civilized action under any circumstances. Anything against natural phenomenon is hazardous physically

  • Against Legalizing Homosexual Marriages Essay

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    Against Legalizing Homosexual Marriages The legalized marriage of individuals with the same gender is drawing more attention these days. When asked, most people want to avoid the subject of homosexuality altogether or they have a very strong opinion on it. The debate over whether the United States should allow homosexual couples to marry legally is giving rise to a new social dilemma in our country. This question has courtrooms nervous, churches wavering and equal rights activists angry. Courtrooms

  • Argument Against The Legalization Of Homosexual Marriage

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    strong assertations that there is evidence to support the legalization of homosexual marriage, though many would argue that it will harm the sanctity of marriage and harm the right to freedom of religion. Reynolds supports his ideas by expounding upon the inequality that LGBT people are given and how gay marriage will bring harm to no man, women, or child. The author’s purpose is to inform the reader on all aspects of gay marriage so they understand the controversial reasoning behind the idea as well

  • Homosexual Marriage and the Catholic Church Essay

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    Homosexual Marriage and the Catholic Church Imagine you were born into a world where being straight was taboo. You were raised by same sex parents, as all of your friends. Fornication of the opposite sex was merely to have children, but a relationship between the two was virtually unheard of. It was believed that same sex parents provided a better home for children. Love between a man and a man (or a woman and a woman) was believed to be the perfect love because it was loving an equal