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Homosexual Marriage Rights

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Homosexual marriage rights
Adrain D Sharp
Ashford University

PHI103: Informal logic
Theresa Ramsey
January 30, 2012

Homosexual marriage rights
Marriage (or wedlock) is a social union or legal contract between people that creates kinship. The definition of marriage varies according to different cultures, but is usually an institution in which interpersonal relationships, usually intimate and sexual, are acknowledged. Such a union, often formalized via a wedding ceremony, may also be called matrimony. Many cultures limit marriage to two persons of the opposite sex, but some allow forms of polygamous marriage, and some recognize same-sex marriage.   In recent news there was an argument asking, Should homosexuals be able to marry? Various people with different thoughts, and opinions on the topic listened in and spoke.   Some people have a strong religious belief, and think that homosexuals should not be able to marry, others have a moral view on the topic stating that homosexuals should not be able to marry due to what some think is an inappropriate lifestyle for the youth to witness. My thoughts on the topic at hand are, that homosexuals should” be able to marry. They are people just like me, although they have an eccentric romantic interest, they are still people that have emotions and choose to love another of the same gender. Homosexuals are no different from a heterosexual couple they walk embracing each other, displaying public affection just as any man would with a woman. Homosexuals are now considered outsiders, aliens, all because of they love the same gender. I believe that if a couple either same sex or opposite, they should have equal rights, because by the government giving more freedom to one group of individuals compared to the next that is segregation all over again just not between African Americans’ and Caucasians’ in America.   The introduction of same-sex marriage has varied by jurisdiction, resulting from legislative changes to marriage...

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