Prof. Vivian Wilson
English 1302 TTH
24 February 2013
Is marrying the one you love not worth fighting for? “Do we want to work together to solve our issues and contribute to the positive growth of our nation or do we want to live in a society of hate where the left and the right are always at odds. - Matthew S. Urdan” The gay right movement kicked off during the Stonewall Riots of 1969 this was a movement that started; because “the police raided a gay bar” – Craig Rodwell a gay activist and remove the heterosexuals out the bar as they proceeded to trash the place. Homosexuals never were a problem in the political eye like they are now. Most people look at homosexuals as a sin in God eyes so they try not to acknowledge them in the public eye. Even though now they are legal to marry in nine states in the United States. Many people do believe that now since so many respect gays they can see that in the near future they will be an equal like any other person.
Fags, abomination, the devil just a few word that homosexuals are called almost everyday and they still raise they head some can’t take the criticism so they take their own life, because they think that would help them but it doesn’t it just make everything the same. Heather Ann Gannon believes that they should have the same rights as anyone else. Gannon says that how come we can “marry your second cousin” but not the person we love even though they are the same-sex as us. Gannon said, “that marriage is a civil right older than the constitution itself.” In saying that Gannon believes that the argument over same-sex marriage is a cheap and flimsy argument they should just give them the right to marry whoever they want. Beth Rosenthal quoted from writer Rich Mkhondo saying, “many people pick which biblical passages to obey and which to ignore.” In that saying a lot of so called Christians can’t see that if you allowed serial killers to go and marry somebody that’s sinning, and...
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