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For Better or for Worse: The Issue of Gay Marriage

Summary: Debates the issue of same sex marriage in the United States. Considers pros and cons. Examines the constitutional issues involved.
Two strangers become friends and later fall in love. They tell their family and friends that they have found their soul mate, and they want to get married as soon as possible. There is only one thing preventing them from getting married, not financial problems, love triangles, and no, there are no secrets: rather, their marriage might not be recognized if they live in the United States. When I asked most people on campus if everyone should be treated fairly, regardless of sexual orientation, gender, religious status, age, race, etc. they replied with an enthusiastic yes. However when I asked the same people who replied yes, if same-sex marriages should be allowed, I received mixed answers. Valid reasons were brought up by those who oppose same sex marriages such as moral and religious values, what gay marriages may lead to, that marriage should only be between a man...

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