Garden State Equality vs. Dow
A challenging dispute of minds
As the case of Garden State Equality vs. Dow unravels into the Supreme Court hearings, there will be an indefinite variety of opinions and disputes of minds. There is room for controversy and disputes will arise. There are miss-interpretations and quotes that government officials and citizens against civil union rights have expressed and demonstrated about same-sex couples and their right to marry. This is an example of an interpretation given to describe differences in marital relationships by one of the Opinions of the Justices to the Senate, 440 Mass. at 1207, it states, “The dissimilitude between the terms “civil marriage” and “civil union” is not innocuous; it is a considered choice of language that reflects a demonstrable assigning of same-sex, largely homosexual, couples to second-class status.” Although it may seem that the federal laws have acknowledged and enacted the law that would give equal rights to every citizen, who in fact, shares an interest in having a marriage legitimized, has only shown that recognition is vague and is still insufficient in its standing. There is still skepticism from opinions that range in a form of discrimination because neglect is present. Their demand to be able to enjoy the benefits and recognition of being married are irrelevant showing an effect on the family as a whole. Because it is so controversial it gives way to confusion in establishing the fact, that it is indeed a marriage that same-sex couples share with one another. In my opinion they have put same-sex couples as second class status and deemed there is little room to recognize their form of long term relationship. Same-sex couples have been denied the benefits that heterosexual couples are given. The mode of acceptance in society has not improved, even though there are indications that this change in opinion, will prove to be beneficial for all society today. Repetition of inequality of rights...
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