On the other hand, Katha Pollit is arguing in What's Wrong with Gay Marriage? That there is a shortage of families willing to adopt abounded and disadvantaged children. Most gay couples if they wanted to raise a child would adopt one; this is beneficial to society as a whole and the child. Rather than having to grow up in children's home and being shipped around from institution to institution the child would be put in a loving home. Second, the population growth rate of the world is fast outpacing the capacity of the earth.
She takes on the most undefended issue persisting in today’s society, the same-sex marriages. She focused on the problems faced by the gay couples. The gay couples can’t support each other when hospitalized, can’t fill taxes jointly, and face social problems bring up children. The definition of marriage is defined as social union of two people, then why do we don’t let it happen. Gay couples should be able to have every right that heterosexual couples has in the community.
In addition, there has been a growing emphasis placed on equal rights. These two movements have contributed to keeping the argument for same-sex marriage in the forefront. There are people who believe that although progress has been made, Christian values are still an obstacle for the progress that needs to take place and Brittney Baker is one of them. She compares and contrasts the relationship between the religious and gay community’s attitudes towards same-sex marriage. She puts forth rebuttals to many of the typical arguments for prohibiting same-sex marriage.
There is a high demand from both supporters and the opposition to amend the Constitution to define marriage. 3) Your opinion. a) In my opinion, both have their accuracies and both have some absolutely ludacris suggestions. I have never been a big supporter of the gay and lesbian community, but if my answer to the debate had to be cut and dry yes or no, I would say yes, gay marriage should become a constitutional
By eliminating the separate but equal status of civil unions, a new age in which all married homosexual couples can be happily married and garner the same legal benefits and responsibilities that traditional marriages boast. Religion does not appear to be as flexible in their tolerance of gay marriage as the government. I still believe that one day all the intolerance and injustices faced by the homosexual community will be overcome and they will surely not be
Regardless of how many times gay activists push for laws to be changed in my opinion morally it’s not right. Marriage is defined by God as one man and one woman in holy matrimony; therefore it should remain as is. This article may allow a heterosexual person from the outside to look in and understand what challenges gay and lesbian’s face on a daily basis. Although we have come a long way in this world, almost all of us have been faced with certain prejudices at one time or another, but life still goes
The researchers are focusing on children, and how to make their lives better in the long run. The researchers are also focusing on ways to truly make the transgendered person become the opposite sex. I don’t believe it will be very long before transgendered men will be able to get pregnant and carry a child to term. Transgender females may also be able to produce sperm one day. Not very long ago, women were discriminated against just because of their gender.
I see today a lot of controversy between the two, with Romney's anti gay ads, stating that Obama has forced this upon us. Or on the flip side, where Obama says with pride, that he believes that same sex couples deserve the same rights as heterosexual couples have. With that being said, I believe that this goes back to where people don't want to break from the traditional values that we all know, the traditional thought of a man and a woman being the only ones who can create a successful bond between the two of them. For modern day society this creates quite a bit of questions and concerns. Like the most common one, who's the man, and who's the woman in the relationship?
Jessica Rasdall Gay Marriage SHOULD be a legal The Declaration of Independence states that are man are created equal and are given certain unalienable rights. These rights include Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. If this is so, why can’t people marry whoever they want to marry? Even though I’m not gay, I feel it is wrong to not allow gays to marry and if I was in congress I would pass a bill that made gay marriage legal in all states. If a person is deeply in love with a person of the same sex they shouldn’t have to worry about if the government will let them get married or not and I have many reason as to how the government is violating peoples right’s.
Americans today tend to believe that same sex couples are a bad influence on a child’s natural growth. David Hogberg, a senior fellow at the National Center for Public Policy Research, voices his opinion on why he disagrees with same sex adoption by stating that“…families will again expand beyond the traditional structure in which a family is headed by a man and a woman, to now include families being headed by two men or two women.” By this, Hogberg is implying that changes in tradition are bad. I think Hogberg is mistaken, because if that were the case, we’d have nearly none of the innovations we flourish from today. What he, and every other anti-gay-adoption antagonist fail to realize is that homosexuals are not malicious people: they have morals and ideals that can influence children in the best ways possible. Children thrive on love, attention, positivity.