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  • The Pros And Cons Of Gay Marriage

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    In today’s society, there are many stereotypical people that are against gay or lesbian marriage. Everyone should have the right to decide on who they would like to marry. Gay marriage should be legal and a non-punishable offense because it can prevent teenage suicides, more children will be adopted, and people will not feel like second-class citizens. If humanity were to accept gay marriage, it would lower and prevent some teen suicides. Most teens are deciding and revealing what path they are going

  • The Pros And Cons Of Gay Marriage

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    definitions of marriage. Some say the definition of marriage is between a man and a women, while others say its about two people no matter the sex that commit their lives together because they love each other. There are many different definitions of marriage and it all depends on simply whom you are talking to about it. In past generations many people thought the definition of marriage was just so that they can reproduce children. Debate Content: Cons: The institution of marriage has traditionally

  • Pro Gay Marriage

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    ProCon.org (n.d) the world's first gay marriage was held on April 1, 2001. Why would anybody not want someone to be happy. Gays should not care what anyone has to think because it is not their body or their choice. It's the person that's gays choice. According to Pewforum.org (n.d)in 2001 americans opposed same sex marriage 57% to 35%, but by 2016 55% of americans supported same sex marriage comared to the 37% that opposed it. Gay people need more rights because gays should have access to the same rights

  • The Pros And Cons Of Gay Marriage

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    Is there something wrong about loving the same sex? Being a gay, bisexual, lesbian or transsexual? No, there isn't anything wrong about it. So? what's wrong with gay marriages? Marriage is for people that want to be with the ones they love so much, It doesn't have to be strictly male and female. As long as the couple love each other greatly, love wins no matter what. On the pro side of gay marriages people said that gay marriages can bring financial gain to federal, state and local governments and

  • Pro Gay Marriage Argument

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    Pro Gay Marriage The United States is currently embroiled in a battle over issues regarding civil rights of its citizens and what rights are constituted by that term. In the past, civil rights issues have been fought over women's rights and those of African Americans among others all in the name of seeking equality. Perhaps the most vocal group discussing civil rights in the United States at present are gay marriage activists who are fighting for same-sex couples to be able to marry. These individuals

  • Essay on A Pro-Gay Marriage Argument

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    dropping economy, marriage is no longer a priority to some. Still to others, overlooking the fact that many no longer see marriage as crucial, they are determined to save what they consider constitutes the model for marriage. For years, marriage opportunities for homosexuals has been an ongoing debate, and it still continues today. Many critics of the ordeal pose the argument that the allowance of same-sex unions would single-handedly demolish the already fragile structure of marriage (Head). They go

  • The Pros And Cons Of Gay Marriage

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    In 2012, gay couple David Mullins and Charlie Craig went to Masterpiece Cakeshop in Colorado to purchase a cake for their wedding. Their request was denied by the owner, Jack Phillips, because he is Christian and does not support gay marriage. He sent them away because he believes that since making a cake for a gay wedding goes against his religious beliefs, he doesn’t have to make it. The couple felt discriminated because of who they are, and filed civil rights charges against Phillips. David and

  • The Pros And Cons Of Gay Marriage

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    view marriage as merely a public expression of the eternal love between two people, and because of this it does not matter who that love is between. Whether it is a homosexual or heterosexual relationship, according to society, all that should be required for marriage is love. Unfortunately, however, marriage is not that simple or solely emotional. Marriage is a centuries old institution designed to legally unite two people (“Marriage”), and because of this, what a government allows marriage to be

  • The Pros And Cons Of Gay Marriage

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    found in the first five years gay marriage was allowed in Massachusetts in 2004, wedding expenditures added $111 million to the states economy (Gay). The Congressional Budget Office estimated in 2004 that if federal recognized gay marriage, it would cut the budget deficit by around $450 million per year. With the multiple arguments for supporting gay marriage, there are equally as many for the opposing arguments. One of the more common arguments is gay marriage is contrary to the word of God and

  • The Pros And Cons Of Gay Marriage

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    O.K. to refuse to serve same-sex couples based on one’s religious beliefs because businesses have a responsibility to serve everyone, anti-discrimination laws are not a violation of a person's First Amendment rights as some may argue, and refusing gays for religious reasons is a form of discrimination. First of all, businesses have a responsibility to serve everyone. Rabbi David Krishef explains that as a rabbi he cannot officiate a wedding if both parties are not Jewish. However, a rabbi and a

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