Gay rights Essay

Submitted By AnalDestroyer421
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Why Not LGBT Marriage?
Isn't the bottom line that it's all about love? You meet someone, you fall in love, at some point you know you want to spend the rest of your life with this person, and then you want to share that with the other important people in your life. You want to make a statement regarding how you feel about each other, you want your family and friends to share in that, you want your community to recognize what the two of you mean to each other and to recognize the commitment you've made to each other. However, in addition to the love and commitment, marriage offers many legal benefits and responsibilities that protect couple relationships and families. Marriage also confers a certain social status upon a relationship, marriage is something we are familiar with, and it is something we understand. When one person is "married" to another we know what that means

Religious Views: Legalizing LGBT marriage will have no impact on religion and/or the religious view of others, just as religion should not have any impact on the issue of gay marriage. Such a religious perspective should have no place in federal, legal matters in the United States. Not all religions disagree with LGBT marriage such as Wiccans, Atheists, and Liberal Buddhists but the majority of religion is against LGBT marriage. Even though there are some religions that do not have a problem with LGBT marriage and some that do, have a problem with LGBT marriage, one of the major reasons that gay