Comparing Sullivan And Frum's Arguments On Gay Marriage

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The issue of gay marriage is an argument that most of us have heard by now. Some people are for it while other people are against it. Gay marriage or gay people should be supported all over the world. Both Sullivan and Frum had good arguments on gay marriage, but out of the two men, Sullivan was more conclusive on his argument.
It could be argued that marriage should only be between and man and woman; however, Sullivan quotes “everyone should be radically free to choose the person he or she marries” (Sullivan, 125). What is the difference between homosexuals and heterosexuals getting married? Marriage is when two people fall in love and want to live happily ever after together. It is about the commitment shared between two people whether it