I want to know everyone's opinion on same gender marriages. I ask that no one argue. I am honestly just curious to see what people think and feel about this very controversial subject that we have in our society today.
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my opinion: it is wrong.
There's one opinion.
My opinion: It should be legally recognized, regardless of anyone's personal opinions on whether it is a good or a bad thing.
My opinion: Teh government need sto get out of mariage. No more marriage rights no more peices of paper to delcare marriage. The government has no right to say who can marry who...so they should just back off.
Marriage is between tow people and GOD.
Keep in mind that marriages are not necessarily religious.
I feel like everything always comes back to religion... I think the whole "seperation or church and state" should come into play but I don't know... I'm obviously for equality.
True not all marriages are religious. Personally I'm Christian, but you havea point. Also in my own beliefs I think marriage is between a man, woman, and GOD becuase that is what the Bible says.
But I do not like the government dictating what marraige is and I think that if the govenrment got out of it it wouldn't be a problem.
I really respect that, and I agree it would be just as good for the government to step out entirely as it would to recognize marriages equally. I guess I just think it should be all or none, as a function of equality.
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My opinion is that same gender couples should be allowed to marry. It doesn't have to be hard, the world will just keep spinning.
I agree. In the Pledge of Alligance, we say "for liberty and justice for all!" That is something everyone should live by!
Man, I didn’t know anyone else thought like me. I TOTALLY agree with Medic. I do not believe in g.ay marriage or h.omosexuality in general, but due to the idea of separation of church and state I don’t think that the government should be able to stop g.ay unions. I think calling it m.arriage is a step too far, but letting g.ays “marry” seems to follow the idea of separation of church and state.