“An Alteration to Humanity”
Ellicia Jiona Candelaria
Mrs. Joan Bataclan
Biological Sex-Marriage: “An Alteration to Humanity”
This study describes the advantages and also the disadvantages of couples of the same sex being married. It aims to explore how it affects the society and most importantly the church. Same-sex marriage, popularly known as gay marriage, is a socially or legally reorganized wedlock between two persons of similar social gender or biological sex. Although the idea of same-sex marriage can be traced back to ancient times, it is not legally reorganized at the national level. The issue of same-sex marriage is one that has attracted a lot of controversies world over. In many nations, it has attracted conflicts in such issues as social, moral, political, religious and civil rights. So I asked some concern individuals of what is their point of view in this certain phenomena.
There are many reasons that have been given for opposing same-sex marriage in the Philippines, most of which are variations of well-established facts. While most of the arguments do not hold water, a number of them have basis. Most opponents of same-sex marriage in the Philippines believe that marriage is meant for man and woman. Most people believe that marriage is an observance of religion and, therefore, same-sex individuals should not be allowed to form of union. It is indisputable that children born form heterosexual parents benefit a lot from both parents. A good proportion of Filipinos believes that children have a right of being raised by two parents. While scientific research has proven that children reared by same-sex parents are just as healthy as children brought up by heterosexual parents, most people believe that same-sex family set ups results into moral decay in children. In every aspect of the law, particularly laws relating to marriage, no mention has been made regarding