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  • Legal Gay Marriage On The State Level
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    Gay Marriage In The News In the United States, there is social unrest regarding the government's denial of the right to marry for homosexuals. Plenty of conservatives are completely against gay marriage; and many of liberals are fighting for equal treatment. The neo-Christian politicians are using religious arguments to establish that homosexuality is an abomination. While this may be their belief system, this country was founded on religious freedom, where the people are allowed to worship how ...
  • Child Of Gay Parents
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    Despite Ignorant Beliefs, it is Alright for a Gay Couple to Raise a Child In the small town that I grew up in just outside of Boston Massachusetts everything thing seemed normal, mothers were at home raising their children, taking them to soccer games and little league, while fathers went off to work every morning only to return home to have dinner with the family. It seemed almost all families were like the Cleaver family. In August of 1986, a new family, the Buchanan's, moved into the Morrill'...
  • Gay And Lesbian Couples
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    Same Sex Parents "Whatever the final equation of factors influencing sexual orientation and identity, there's an immediate implication for the increasing number of gays and lesbians forming families" (Of Boys 27). Today, many gays and lesbians are out of the closet and they are not afraid of facing society with what many people consider abnormal sexual orientations. We must now ask ourselves the question: is homosexuality really an abnormal lifestyle Is it still against the norm Homosexuals are ...
  • Gay Couples
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    Equality In the Choice of Marriage Millions of couples are brought together each year speaking the all too familiar words "In sickness and in heath, till death do us part". These vows are a public declaration of a sacred bond the couple hopes to uphold. After the vows are spoken the couple is now one in society. Sharing the same last name, insurance policies and money saving tax forms. These are only a few of the positive effects marriage brings to newlyweds. Not all couples have the right to be...
  • Gays Equal Marriage Right Of Heterosexual Couples
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    Analysis of "One Man's Summary" By Josh Hammer This article summarizes the life of a man named Horus who lives in the UK. It explains the feelings that homosexual people have when they are surrounded by a society that does not accept them. Horus tells his story about being beaten and ostracized on the streets of Egypt. He was born in an upper-middle class family and writes plays and acts in them as well. After he came out as a homosexual however, Horus' once famous plays are no longer allowed to...
  • Lesbian And Gay Relationships And Families
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    The past two decades have seen fierce battles, still continuing over such issues as gender equality in the workplace; family policy; the crisis of marriage; divorce; abortion; contraceptive and reproductive rights; gay and lesbian sexuality; rape and sexual abuse; sex education, AIDS and issues of sexual health. Through it all, the state and its institutions, police, judiciary, education system, legislature, have all intervened actively seeking to define the limits of what David Evans (1993) cal...
  • Adoption By Gay Couple
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    Gay couple should not adopt children Should gay couple adopt children? Are gay couples capable of raising children with as much devotion as a normal couple? The answer is certainly a "No!" . Adoption of children by homosexual couples is a very controversial contemporary issue. National Adoption week in the United Kingdom in October 2000 saw a drive to encourage gay couples to adopt, in order to find homes for thousands of orphan children. At present, many democratic countries like United States ...
  • Marriage Rights To Same Sex Couples
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    As time passes the needs of society's attitudes and values changes; morality changes. For instance, today's society does not have the same needs and concerns as society in the 1950's. As society changes, so should the law. When cars were invented the law had to change to accommodate this change in lifestyle. It should be the same with homosexuality. As each year passes the number of gays, who admit they are gay, or come out of the proverbial "closet" increases. As acceptance of sexual orientatio...

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