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Same Sex Marriage

Summary: Debates if homosexuals should have the right to marry or if that is something the government should regulate. Examines the constitutional issues involved in the controversy. Questions the American morality argument.
What if you were denied rights that a U.S citizen is guaranteed in the Constitution? What if you were treated as a second-class citizen because of what you believe to be fair? That is the case that all homosexuals in the United States are facing. Many Americans feel that Gays should not and cannot be granted the same rights that they have for morality reasons. Homosexuals are not only discriminated and treated badly but they are also denied the rights that should lawfully be theirs.

Many Americans see no reason why Gays should be granted the right to marry. They base their argument on the bible and quote certain scriptures. The most reiterated bible passage is that "God created a man and a woman" however it is completely taken out of context. When a person states this they are indicating that the union of a man and...

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