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Summary: Legislation enforcing marriage of opposite sex would diminish the evolution of society, alter freedom of choice, as well as, violate equality principles.
"I want to make it clear that extending recognition to non-traditional relationships is not an attempt to undermine the family, but is rather an effort to recognize today's realities and to end discrimination. When we talk about extending benefits we should be looking at relationships and dependency instead of exclusively sexual criteria to define those relationships. ..." (Cambell...)

There is an on going dispute pertaining to the legalization of same sex marriages. We must support legislating in order to allow same sex couples the legal capacity to marry. Legislation enforcing marriage of opposite sex would diminish the evolution of society, alter freedom of choice, as well as, violate equality principles.

Evolution of society is declining as we quarrel in regards to the controversy of homosexual marriages. The definition of marriage set in 1886 by an English court is the union of "one man and one woman to the exclusion of...

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