Gay Marriage Rights

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Gay Marriage Rights!

The definition of gay marriage or same sex marriage is when two people of the same gender want to spend the rest of their lives together and want to make it official by getting married. A lot of people seem to disagree with this topic, and think it is utterly disgraceful, but in my opinion, those are the people who are the major disgrace in our society. Just think, if you really loved a person and wanted to spend the rest of your life with them but the law wouldn’t allow you to do so, how would you react? It isn’t their fault that they are attracted to a member of the same sex, people can’t just choose who they fall in love with and who they have feelings for, they were born that way, and if people can’t accept them for that maybe they need to open their eyes and think about it from another point of view other than their own. They should at least try and understand, it’s not as if they have to be gay in the process, they just have to accept the fact that there are gays and lesbians out there and they share the exact same feelings and emotions as straight people do, they shouldn’t be treated any differently. They still live like other humans, but they are often treated as if they are another type of species. Oh, it was “Adam and Eve” not “Adam and Steve” well, not everyone is religious and that is just a very sad imaginative excuse to not accept people for who they are. Straight people don’t even have to believe in god or go to church to get married anymore, so why would religion suddenly be such a big issue? Marriage is a civil right not a heterosexual privilege. Everyone should be treated as an equal, but it doesn’t look like when straight people ever wanted to start marrying they had to have ‘straight marriage rallies’ or ‘straight people parades’ around their hometowns to try and make it heard by the government, it was just the ‘normal’ thing to do. For another example, it’s exactly the same as being racist; saying that a black man...
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