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Should Homosexual Marriages Be Legalized?

Summary: An in-depth analysis of the issue of same-sex marriages begins with the definition of marriage according to the government and according to the people. All points of view, from government's opinion to activists' and advocates opinions and the most common arguments, cover the topic of whether same-sex marriage should be legalized.
Should same-sex marriages be legalized? That is the question that may be a determining factor for the upcoming presidential election.

Before you can form your belief's about legalizing same-sex marriages, You must understand both the government and the people's definition of marriage. According to the government, the term marriage is defined as, "The exclusive commitment of a man and a woman to each other, Their express for love and mutual support( Roleff, Tamara, ed.). However, The people's definition of marriage is,

"Two individuals showing that they truly love each other, enough to take a vow to be with that person and support that person until death do them part." It's not as if homosexual's are taking a sworn vowel of love to advertise to people, Look at me, I'm attracted to the same sex, Come join me! They just seek to be respected as a couple, and get...

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