Arguments for same sex marriage?

What do both sides have to say?

Asked on June 27, 2017 in Controversial.
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The main argument is a religious one which has no place in rational democratic society. Besides the fact it has been cherry picked why not make eating lobster illegal.

pro

Answered on August 26, 2017.
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Homosexuals are productive members of society and deserve the same happiness as everyone else. People no liking homosexuality isn’t good enough reason to inhibit their happiness by preventing marriage.

pro

Answered on July 9, 2017.
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It does not harm religious institutions at all. Churches can still decide whether or not to marry same sex couples and no law will be implemented forcing them to do so

pro

Answered on July 9, 2017.
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Homosexuality is an aberration. At the basic scientific level homosexuality is illogical and harmful. You cannot reproduce which is the basis of love and romantic relationships. You’re chances of contracting STD’s through the ‘unconventional’ sexual activities is increased dramatically. Allowing same-sex marriage will mean society is condoning something that is harmful to the perpetrators and the community as a whole.

con

Answered on July 6, 2017.
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We owe most of our prosperity and enlightenment to the religious texts our societies were created around. Freedom, life, compassion are all values we got from the bible here in the west. The bible says homosexuality is a sin and we shouldn’t ignore that. If we do we may as well ignore all the other guidance it gives us.

con

Answered on July 6, 2017.
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Ruins the sanctity of marriage. All thing being equal heterosexual marriage and homosexual marriage are different but greatly influence each other and will lessen the sanctity of hetero marriage

con

Answered on August 26, 2017.
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Homosexual conduct is a sin. Homosexuality is a sin, we live in a western Christian society and we cant turn our back on those values.

con

Answered on August 26, 2017.
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