For Gay Marriage
Kristin Chenoweth said, “I don’t understand what the big deal is with gay marriage. Get over it people”. I’m totally on her side. We’re all humans, and we were given rights and the feeling to love. As a human being I believe you should love and be with who ever you may choose. If you can’t tell, I’m for gay marriage, yet they’re many people who still vote against it, for their own reasons. Today gay marriage takes a toll on our world, when it shouldn’t be as big as a deal as some countries and people make it.
Many people take this situation to church, or in other words go by what the bible says about marriage. Basically, the bible has a verse meaning that marriage is to be within a man and woman committing to one another. People argue that no where does it say that it’s okay to marry the same gender, and god forbids it. I’m against all that, I believe in god, but I don’t believe in the fact that god discriminates towards gay couples. The bible always says sex is a sin, but you don’t see or hear people arguing about the teen pregnancy rates in Texas. Also people may bring up the whole Adam and Eve concept, on how god created them as a boy and a girl not the same gender. Adam and Eve were created to show the perfect partnership, as some may argue. Apparently the sexual intimacy between opposite genders is a better bonding method emotionally and physically. They also say this is the normal way offspring are created. I disagree fully, because in this generation they’re other ways to fulfill your sexual needs as being gay or bisexual. Now and days your able to adopt as well. In this world I believe there is no normal way, or perfect way of life, you were born in America with freedom and you should be free to love who you want.
There were many laws passed time after time and year after year. As of today we are still fighting against giving the right to have a gay marriage legal in the U.S. In 2009, June 17, President Barack...
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