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Though a controversial concept, gay marriage is legalized in some countries. However, other nations are considerably remaining orthodox, where they dispose the idea of same-sex relationships, not to mention not allowing gay couples to marry. In the US, some states have legalized it federally, but others have not accepted such law and are still curtailing it for their residents.
It is also the same thing even in The USA, which was once believed to have been a land of pure freedom and liberation. There is no objection nor efforts to ban the normal procession between two people in love and willing to spend the rest of their lives together. However, that is not the same case with the LGBT community.
If same-sex marriage was legalized, many positive outcomes could emerge from it; the society would be closer to equality, adoption would increase, gained social support for families would develop. Some feel it should be legalized, while others believe that it is a sin and should remain illegal. Their are many pros and cons on both sides of this argument, however there are main points leading to why gay marriage should be legal.
Should Same-Sex Marriages be Legalized? Denying them is a violation of religious freedom civil and religious marriages are two separate institutions. Marriage benefits such as joint ownership, medical decision-making capacity should be available to all couples.
I've been informally debating opponents of legalizing same-sex marriage for nearly 20 years and have a pretty good handle on their most frequently employed arguments. Today I helpfully list them and explain why none passes the test to which we would ordinarily put a prohibition. Yes, most cultures have defined marriage as the union of one man and one woman for hundreds if not thousands of years.
The issue on same-sex marriage or gay marriage has been a controversial topic for so many years now, with several countries worldwide have made it legal while others still are firm on their stand to ban it. Gay marriage is a union or marriage between two people of the same sex through a civil ceremony or in church. Although it was not acknowledged legally for decades and some even considered it a taboo, some countries have broadened their perspective and take on this contentious issue.
The gays are now a people willing and ready to be heard. It has come to all of our attentions that in the light of marriage they have been depraved and deceived. Homosexuals cannot allow this persecution to continue, as they are constantly forfeited equal rights.
Relationships between sexes have been traditionally streamlined into the heterosexual standards of behavior. Marriage, as a union of two people before the law and the church, is mostly perceived as such comprising representatives of different sexes, a man and a woman. However, apart from heterosexual couples, there also emerge occurrences when two people of the same sex desire to form a matrimonial unit.