Gay marriages - as this idea is a life style, its effect on all walks of life and beliefs of people in a country shall be studied to judge this question. No doubt in the past 50 years, social life has been under continuous change with the introduction and propagation of globalization. 'Gay (same sex) marriages'; is one of those topics which has come up often for discussion. India is no exception to this but as a country which has a significant cultural history; this question shall be investigated from many aspects. The following paragraphs outline some of the grave concerns on why or why not gay marriages should be allowed in India.
Why must gay marriages be allowed in India, is a pertinent question. Logically speaking, every citizen has a fundamental right to life guaranteed by the Indian constitution. This may be interpreted as- if a citizen chooses a gay partner in his/her life, it may be allowed. As marriage is a legal way of binding two people, the gay relationship can be legalized through marriage which will prevent the cases of illegitimate secret relations. Another logical point is respect. A satisfactory personal life is as much a right of gay couples as straight couples.
As an opposing argument it can be asked as to why they must not. This question arises from the inherent idea- ‘is leading a gay life correct?”
One fundamental reason for this line of questioning is the growth and development pattern of the human brain and conscience. As a recognized and involved member of society, man is raised with certain traditional notions of life and the way of living. Even though not present as a written commandment, a majority of society grows up the idea of thinking heterosexual relations( relations with members of the opposite sex) as the right way of living and homosexual (same sex) as wrong. No wonder in India, this is still a jaw dropping question to at least 50% of India's population.
Some of the grave concerns in this aspect are the aversion...
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