The purpose of this paper is to better understand Gay marriage because my brother decided to be one and also I was raised in a Christian environment and didn’t really have much understanding to why people decided to be gay. So I want to explore their culture and better understand my brother through research.
A description of your intended audience
The best audience for this paper would be the Gay people community, and the young generation of my age. Why because they are the one dealing with the problem and a lot of my generation are exposed to it and are more acceptable to gay marriage.
A clear Statement of your thesis
We’ve been living on a society that believe on the idea that granting legal marriage rights to gay and lesbians would threaten the stability of the family, a pillar of our society. But isn’t our country built on an idea of freedom for all equality? I think that we should step back and maybe evaluate our beliefs and give them their constitutional right to marry legally.
Descriptions of at least five major points that support your thesis; these should include both your points and the sources that you will use to support them. Explain how you will use each source
1. Gay and lesbians have always been discriminated of their rights to marriage and their freedom to publically speak their rights to being gay without being discriminated http://www.nas.org/articles/Debating_Same-Sex_Marriage I will use this article to show how far gay marriage discrimination and their rights to speak have been on and the different cases to fight for their rights
2. The church and the society has a whole has always portrayed same sex attraction as a sin and should therefore be put to shamed http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2015/06/how-will-the-us-supreme-courts-same-sex-marriage-decision-affect-religious-liberty/396986/ I will use this article to show how the church saw gay marriage was and how today’s culture have shifted to supporting gay marriage
3. Gay marriage tends to have a struggle with freedom to