Same Sex Marriage

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As we all know, there is a line that is drawn from what is considered morally right and accepted in modern day society. Same sex marriage falls under the conflict of mentality versus practicality, which is the main reason to it being an unsolvable conflict that society still has yet to decide on. However, in the correct comportment of verdict, morality is what? Based only on the Bible and the mentality of such people who exemplify their own meanings? That kind of attitude can be closely analogized to ignorance, and with that, a certain issue that this house is going to discuss is born-which is the legalization of Same Sex Marriage in this country. To kick off this speech, first, as the Government Side or House, such scope and limitation is needed, so this shouldn’t lead to some sordid and unrelated topics such as polygamy, bestiality, and others, as the Opposition Side might bring up later. For starters, what is Marriage, really? As defined by contextual references like Psychology Today, marriage is the process by which only two people or spouses, meaning it’s monogamous, who love each other make their relationship public, official, and permanent or the joining of two people in a bond that putatively lasts until death. One of these two people, also known as spouse, is defined as one’s partner in marriage. The term gender is neutral, and therefore, the term maybe used in both opposite-sex relationships and same-sex relationships, according to an encyclopedia. Same-sex marriage, also known as gay or lesbian marriage, is the union between two persons of the same biological sex or gender identity and the legal recognition of this same-sex marriage is referred to as marriage equality. Then, to pursue such thing would require the legalization of Same Sex Marriage.
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