Same Sex Marriage Argumentative Essay by The Research Group

Same Sex Marriage
Analyzes objections & argues that same-sex marriage should not be enacted into law. Abstract.
# 10651 | 1,575 words | 9 sources | 2001 | US
Published on Nov 19, 2002 in Sociology (General) , Hot Topics (Same-Sex Marriage)


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"Same-sex marriage has never been allowed in law or religious doctrine, but recently Hawaii has passed a law to allow same-sex marriage. Other stats have objected and fear being forced to recognize such unions. Religious leaders protest as well and see such a law as a threat to religious freedom. Many see same-sex marriage as a threat to the definition of marriage and to the family and marital bonds in society as well. The reasons for these objections are analyzed, as well as the reasons why same-sex marriage should not be enacted into law.

The issue to be discussed is whether or not homosexuals should be allowed to marry one another. There are a number of rationales that have been offered by those in the gay community as to why they should be allowed to marry, and generally the ..."

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