Gay Marriage Essay

855 WordsSep 12, 20124 Pages
The one thing the government does not have a control over is the love one’s heart is capable of holding. But now the government has once again managed to overstep their boundaries by prohibiting gay marriage. I believe gay marriage is unconstitutional and the government should not deny homosexuals the rights of marriage. There are several arguments against gay marriage as well as for it but that doesn’t make gay marriage wrong or justify it being prohibited whatsoever. The American government has too much control over our daily lives as it is. Now they’re telling us basically who we are allowed to love. Should we ambivalent and agree because they hold the power or against it and stand up for the wrong doing? Marriage should be a decision amongst two lovers and not the whole entire world. Anti-Gay laws prohibit the First Amendment in the united states constitution which specially states. “Congress shall make no laws respecting an establishment of religion” therefore not allowing homosexuals marry is so unconstitutional and favors the ideas of religious gods. People forget that your opinions and your beliefs should not affect a country as a whole but as an individual group. According to Scott Bidstrop’s personal essay Some arguments about gay marriage are, Marriage is an institution between one man and one woman, Marriage is for procreation, Same-sex couples aren't the optimum environment in which to raise children, Gay relationships are immoral and violate the sacred institution of marriage, Marriages are for ensuring the continuation of the species, Same-sex marriage would threaten the institution of marriage, and Same-sex marriage is an untried social experiment. People are brought up to believe in the ideas from the bible and family beliefs. It’s now 2010 and to my knowledge Homosexual as well as Heterosexuals pay taxes and most are law abiding

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