Essays on same-sex marriage have to touch on the moral and legal aspects of two married people of the same gender. This can be very interesting to research on. Most exam papers will ask you if gay people should marry freely in the society or prohibited to do so.
Conclusion for The Issues of same-Sex Marriage and Religion While same-sex marriage became a hot topic following the decision of the Supreme Court, it became especially an interesting topic to discuss when it came to the major religious traditions.
Same-sex marriage is just as humane as opposite-sex marriage. I mean, what is so wrong about it? We as heterosexuals are given many opportunities to get married, divorced, re-married and divorced again, but for people who have chosen to become gay or lesbian, are not even given one chance to do this, which I find absolutely appalling.
Many useful comparisons can be drawn between between same-sex marriage and interracial marriage. But let’s not pretend they’re exactly the same. For better and for worse, they aren’t.
Same-Sex Marriage Argument Sarah Springstube PHI103 Informal Logic Instructor DeFusco August 4, 2014 Same-sex marriage has been an issue among society for many years. Not all people understand there is no ban on same sex-marriage nor is it illegal.
There are so many reasons that same-sex marriage shouldn’t even be a discussion such as; marriage is or procreation, same-sex marriage isn’t the optimum environment to raise children, and same-sex marriage violates the sacred institution of marriage.
The Advantages of Same Sex Marriage. 1. Not Allowing Some People To Marry Is Unconstitutional By allowing some people to marry, and not others, the government is discriminating against citizens. This creates the feeling that the government classifies homosexual people as second rate citizens who do not have the same rights as heterosexual people.
On June 26, 2015, the US Supreme Court ruled that gay marriage is a right protected by the US Constitution in all 50 states. Prior to their decision, same-sex marriage was already legal in 37 states and Washington DC, but was banned in the remaining 13.