Question

Should homosexuals have the right to get married?

I think so; what about you?

Answers

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lmao to the person above me that said the thing about religious people not screaming about atheists getting married.

And Why Shouldn't they get married? Marriage is NOT NOT NOT a religious institution. Marriage is a commitment to another person through love and commitment. Where does god play in this? Yes some marriage ceremonies are based on their religious beliefs...but after that? It's between those to people. Heterosexual people don't ALL take marriage seriously. Majority of marriages end in divorce...but you religious people say they can't get married? Um. If i'm not mistaken heterosexuals don't even abide by their own vows. Give me a break. You people get over yourself.

&++ Might I Add.. if they were able to get married...How would that offend or hurt you in any way? Thank You.

#1

No.

Romans 1:26-27 - Because of this, God gave them over to shameful lusts. Even their women exchanged natural relations for unnatural ones. In the same way the men also abandoned natural relations with women and were inflamed with lust for one another. Men committed indecent acts with other men, and received in themselves the due penalty for their perversion.

#2

I simply don't see the point.

Marriage is essentially about creating a stable environment in which to raise children. Since homosexuals can't reproduce, what's the point?

#3

Yes they should even if its says no in the Bible because wasn't the United States founded on freedom of religion and other freedoms. Which means just because it may not be right in the eyes of some Christians, Christianity is not the law of the land and in the preamble to the constitution it clearly states that everyone should be able to pursue happiness and if that's what makes them happy who are but a nation of hypocrites to tell them what they can and can't do to be happy.

just to let you know I'm not gay plus I'm only 13

#4

Nope. Don't get me wrong, everyone deserves to be happy. Marriage is a religious institution. Civil unions are a governmentally-approved union. Heterosexual civil unions should be performed at courthouses, not marriages.

Finally, if gay marriage is going to be the law of the land, it is time to stop persecuting polyandry. Grown adults in loving, stable multiple-partner relationships should have the same freedoms and protections as homosexuals. Why should they be denied the civil protections and tax benefits of marriage, just because they are engaged in a lifestyle that it not the norm?

#5

They do in civilised countries.

#6

Have you seen the stats for heterosexuals?! Homosexuals couldn't do any worse a job upholding the "sanctity" of that union if you ask me. Love is love and that's all that's to it. I believe you should treat everyone that same, no matter who they love.

#7

of course. they're human beings too, and all humans need love. i'm not religious, and the bible was written by men who were against homosexuals. as segregation is out and inter-racial marriages are in, one day gay marriages will be legal in almost all of the states (don't know about those bible belt states though, but they may come around).

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