Legalization of Same-Sex Marriage: Necessity
There are many problems faced by the society today. One of which is the issue regarding gender equality. Such problem, if observed, is caused by one common factor - difference. Differences in people have caused a lot of problems and havoc in the society, be it differences in religion, opinion, skin color, gender or even the tiniest of things. The reason why most people are against those who are different or special is because the people would feel threatened. One concrete example is found in the bible itself. The Exodus tells us the story of the enslaved Jews in Egypt. The Egyptians feared that the Jews will one day oppose them and so, they turned the Jews into mere workhorse. Another reason is people regard themselves superior than their fellow men. The Apartheid is an example of that. The Apartheid is a system of racial segregation where black people are deprived of their rights and citizenship and the ruling sect are the whites. But now, fortunately, the world has been continually adjusting to the differences among people because of the call for equal rights. The problem at hand is an issue concerning to the so called “third gender”. This so-called “third genders” consist of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender who are regarded as illnesses in our society and so a heated issue allowing gay marriages has been boiling, not only in the country but also on a global scale. Being a Catholic country, this is a great issue concerning the morality and the very essence of matrimony. For that, we commonly ask ourselves: why legalize same-sex marriage? Is it really necessary? How is it important when passed? Is it not immoral for two same sexes to be married?
For this purpose, I now present to you the necessity of same-sex marriage. The legalization of same-sex marriage is a must. Hindering it would mean the violation of the rights to express oneself of these so-called “minorities”. We people always ask for justice...
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