Elden Vs. Sheldon, California Supreme Court

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Essay The sex same marriage and traditional marriage. "Marriage is at once the most socially productive and individually fulfilling relationship that one can enjoy in the course of a lifetime." Elden v. Sheldon, California Supreme Court (1988).19 Marriage is very important event for almost everyone. For woman for example, there are two biggest events in her life; it is marriage and giving a birth. Almost all people think that getting married the one who he or she loves is natural. But there are some situations when someone cannot get married to him or her because it is socially unacceptable. The definition of marriage for different people means different things. Marriage has some forms, but nowadays the same sex marriage is the most discussed topic. So in this essay I’m going to compare the traditional marriage and the same sex marriage. They have some differences and similarities. Society does not accept same sex marriages. There are many reasons for this.…show more content…
Most people wonder why they desire to get married. The reason is the same as anyone who wants to get married to the one whom he or she loves. Homosexuals just want a social right to get married. Two individuals of same sex love each other, why they cannot celebrate this love through the marriage. I think that everyone should have the right to get married no matter if he is homosexual or not. There are many orphans around the world, which couples should consider to adopt. The same sex families can help to increase the number of adopting. Two mothers or fathers can bring up a child just fine if they are responsible and love their child. Same sex couples who want to marry looking for the same kinds of benefits that the other couples are. By this way, they want to express their

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