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This paper discusses whether same sex marriages be legalized. It looks at how few other current issues have elicited such ire and passion from the public and how few of those opinions are moderate or reasonable.
From the Paper:"Should same sex marriages be legalized? Few other current issues have elicited such ire and passion from the public. It seems that not only does everyone have an opinion on the matter, but that few of those opinions are moderate or reasonable. On the one hand, social conservatives argue that permitting gay marriages makes a mockery of the institution of marriage, already in so-called troubled waters at the beginning of the twenty-first century. Extreme conservatives are also highly opposed to any legal sanction of homosexuality. On the other hand, liberal activists believe that homosexual couples should be afforded the same protections and privileges under the law that heterosexual couples receive. These individuals, such as the prosecutors who argued before the Canadian Supreme Court last year, believe that such a law should be supported in the interest of social justice (Castillo)."
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Same-Sex Marriages (2005, December 01) Retrieved December 02, 2023, from https://www.academon.com/argumentative-essay/same-sex-marriages-85844/
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