Many celebrities such as Anne Hathaway stated, “I’m not being brave; I’m being a decent human being.
And I don’t think I should receive an award for that or for merely stating what I believe to be true: that love is a human experience, not a political statement.” Anne feels that the brave people are the gay people not the people who openly say they support it.
Sutton wrote, “Marriage has long been a social institution defined by relationships between men and women.
So long defined, the tradition is measured in millennia, not centuries or decades.
Same-sex Marriage People’s Rights When asked if gay couple should have equal rights our soon to be president of the United States said, “No, no! If the soon to be president of the United States doesn’t accept gay people, why should the rest of us agree with it?
says, “Regardless of race, ethnicity, or religion, men and women across the world are guaranteed under international law the opportunity to enter into marriage with one another.” We the people of the United States said that all people are created equal. Why are they being treated as if they are different from us?
This goes for everyone we need to stop discriminating, and stop making the gays feel that they are a second-class because of the people they love.
As Australia faces a postal survey on same-sex marriage, we are seeing a steady stream of articles arguing the Yes or No case.
A study by Social Science Quarterly found that, “Laws permitting same-sex marriage or civil unions have no adverse effect on marriage, divorce, and abortion rates, or the percent of children born out of wedlock.” This helps prove that gay marriage doesn’t affect other people, or other things that happen in the world.
Other people are saying the US constitution contains no explicit right to marry. This statement states marriage isn't a law and that it is not guaranteed as a right to the people of the United States.