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Gay marriage should be legal Should gay marriage be legalised? Yes, absolutely. Marriage should be about love, support, nurtured relationship, and such relationship does not depend on gender. Gay marriage will only strengthen and enrich the social concept of marriage. Gay marriage and straight marriage are the same. There are love, affection and devotion. Both of them should be legal. The only problem is always from the church, but still I think everyone should have his/her right to choose the nature of marriage. The church has its laws that homosexuals can't get married. But there is always a separation between church and the country. The church cannot control what the country does, and the country should not act on Christian/Catholic views. ...read more.


In recent years, the debate over same-sex marriage had grown from an issue that occasionally arose in a few states to a nationwide controversy. Nowadays, same-sex marriage is legal in some countries such as Norway, Spain and Canada. However, there are 5 reasons to make gay marriage be illegal from the web resource: 1. Gay marriage is not supported by religion. In a theocracy like America, the values of one religion are imposed on the entire country. That's why we have only one religion in America. 2. Legalizing gay marriage will open the door to all kinds of crazy behaviour. People may even wish to marry their pets because a dog has legal standing and can sign a marriage contract. ...read more.


Here, besides legalizing the gay marriage, there is a need to impose law to restrict the people from getting gay married too easily. And the most important of all, there is a need to educate people to correct sense of facing marriage, no matter this is a normal one or a gay one. Again, marriage is something about love and support. If love is fully applied on the situations stated in the five reasons above, the predicted problems can surely be solved. True love is the universal solution to most of the problems in the world, including gay marriage. If gay marriage can be tolerated by the church or the country, people will gradually accept this. The legalized gay marriage is believed to enrich the country and the freedom here certainly increases the productivity and creativity of the country. ...read more.

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