The Legalization of Gay Marriage

The Legalization of Gay Marriage

  • Submitted By: saji
  • Date Submitted: 11/06/2008 12:58 AM
  • Category: Social Issues
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Gay Marriage

Whether the community wants or not, gay marriage has become one of the most highlighted and leading issue throughout the United States and in many other parts of the world. More than half of all people in United States oppose gay marriage, even though three fourths are otherwise supportive of gay rights. This means that many of the same people who are even passionately in favor of gay rights oppose gays on this one issue (By Scott Bidstrup).Granting legal marriage to gays is not only an unnatural act but it is also morally, socially, medically and it has bad impressions and effects on our families and would threaten the stability of the pillars of our societies.

Infect gay relationships are immoral. Sexual organs are used for the reproduction as in heterosexuality. Naturally men-women use their sexual organ to reproduce their generation but in the case of gays, these organs are used just only for sexual pleasure. There is not a single species of birds and animals that makes couple or has sexual relationship with same-sex. Morally it is not allowed to do such deeds which are against the nature. This is an unnatural action. So morally it is wrong to use the sexual organs for other purposes instead of production of human beings.

The legalization of gay marriage does not support the survival of our next generation. The We do not belong to an uncivilized or ignorant society. This age is the age of civilized and modern society and we are the part of it. By adopting same-sexuality, we will not be able to continue our generations. It is genocide indirectly. It is a social disease if we do not stop it, it will spread in all our different societies. By and by all of our societies will be caught by this sickness. If we don’t continue to exist our next coming generation how we will be able to be more and more modern and civilized as we are being...

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