Should gay marriage be permitted?
“I grew up with two mothers. At an early age all of my friends started to notice that this was not normal, however I did not understand what they meant with this remark, ‘not normal’. To me I can’t think of anything more normal than growing up with two parents who love and care for you. When I would get sick they would take care of me, when I was sad they comforted me and when I misbehaved they would teach me what I should have done. Whilst most people are affected by ruined marriages between their parents I had the fortune of growing up in an almost perfect marriage. Sometimes marriage does not work. Sometimes the man may drink too much, sometimes someone cheats; sometimes they simply notice that they were not simply to be together. This leaves the children with nothing but a broken hearts and shattered dreams. Dreams about finding their soul mate will no longer exist for them. This did not happen to me. Unlike my mothers, I am heterosexual, but like them, I have found the love of my life. She is my soul and life and I would have never found her if not for the consideration they had with me and themselves. They taught me how to fight for love. They suffered from prejudice, and still do. They had to fight for their right to love each other and this is what I respect the most about them. In fairy tales the prince fights for the princess, so how come when two women fight for each other this is an outrage. What right does anyone have to criticise them? Certain people say that homosexuality is a sin, but I can only say that I thank god that I was raised by my two mums. I just hope that more people could have been raised by parents as much as loving, caring and brave as them.“
“I am a religious man. I go to church every Sunday, just like any other red blooded Christian American does. I frequent Saint Michael church and am a close friend of Father Ignatius. He told me himself that gay is...
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