The argument regarding gay marriage should be legalized or not is extremely controversial. According to an article from the Human Rights Campaign, there is nothing wrong with allowing homosexuals to have the same rights as those who are heterosexual. Every individual person should be granted equal rights, regardless of sexuality.
I know that I am strongly traditional in my theological views, nevertheless, I vigorously believe that traditional marriage and parenting are devotional commitments between a man and a woman. Therefore, same-sex marriage and parenting are to me, issues of a society with strong traditional cultural identities. Although most people in the United States, including myself, agree on that definition, there are a select few who do not.
Gay marriage is legal in all 50 United States, something that has been fought for since the conception of the LGBT movement. In fact, gay couples are routinely being featured on popular television and other forms of media. Some might say that inthe dreams of the rioters in Stonewall have been realized.
The possible forms of human sexual expression based on voluntary choice are very much greater than those sanctioned by any contemporary society. In particular, our own Western culture has tended to restrict human sexuality even more than most other cultures although, naturally, there have been variations among national and regional subgroups. One major form of sexual sensibility and activity that has especially suffered from this restrictive attitude has been homosexuality. Judeo-Christian civilization is characterized, when compared to other great civilizations—for instance, those of classical antiquity, of some of the Oriental peoples, or of Islam—by a special repugnance and hatred towards homosexual acts.
Same-sex marriages has taken a toll on American people over the last decade or more. In this paper I will go over the history of same-sex marriage, religion and sex-marriages, discrimination, ideal image of a family, and how legalizing same-sex marriage will truly create equality for all. First, Same-sex marriages and couples has been around form even before Christianity.
Homosexual agenda or gay agenda is a term introduced by sectors of the Christian religious right primarily in the United States as a disparaging way to describe the advocacy of cultural acceptance and normalization of non-heterosexual orientations and relationships. The term refers to efforts to change government policies and laws on LGBT rights -related issues. Additionally, it has been used by social conservatives and others to describe alleged goals of LGBT rights activists, such as recruiting heterosexuals into what conservatives term a "homosexual lifestyle".
There are different types of people in the world; different ethnicities, different cultural background, different race, and different sexual orientations. These people include homosexuals. They are different just like everyone else yet they seem to suffer the most.
The issue of same-sex marriages has attracted a lot of debate in the 21st century as various groups come out in open to demand for their rights. Researchers have been keen to point that using the constitution to legalize same-sex marriages can cause more problems for society. It is from this standpoint that this research has added towards the opposition on amending the constitution in favor of gay marriages. Based on already existing research this paper concludes that from a religious, moral, and ethical standpoint, gay marriages should never be legalized through constitutional amendments.
Majority of the people are taking marriage as a goal in life since having a family is the most fulfilling role in this world. Marriage is a legal and social institution which covers the union of both male and female who voluntarily accept each other as husband or wife and build a family of their own. Marriage of both male and female is a legal and social institution that leads to one unit make-up which is the family as part of the society.
Same-sex marriage has been legalized in in twenty-seven countries, including the United States, and civil unions are recognized in many Western democracies. Yet same-sex marriage remains banned in many countries, and the expansion of broader lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LGBT rights has been uneven globally. International organizations, including the United Nations, have issued resolutions in support of LGBT rights, but human rights groups say these organizations have limited power to enforce these newly recognized rights. Civil Society.