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Some peopleactually a lotbelieve that gays and lesbians should have the right to get married Unless I was under some kind of hypnosis then in no way whatsoever would I ever agree with those people The family unit is composed of two adultsor more maybe uncles or aunts grandparents other relatives etc and these two adults if they participate in sexual intercourse should be of the opposite sex Yes a family doesnt just mean a man and a woman having sex so they can raise a child and that family is about love cooperation and kindness towards family members and others gays and lesbians should not get married Also the term gay used to mean happy and cheerful but in the 1960s the left-wing media sabotaged the term and changed its meaning to homosexual in an attempt to make homosexuals seem like happy cheerful people Not dreary sad faggots This almost worked Yes the term gay now means faggot but now the term also means stupid disgusting pervert babyish etc So the media has now changed a wonderful term to a stupid and disgusting one Thankshuh So gays and lesbians are now trying to get a law passed that gives them the right to get married Right Well some but not that many You may have seen those protests and crowds on TV but that is only a small fraction of gays and lesbians Most just want to have a short relationship with some guygirl then be with someone else then someone else etc They usually dont stay with the same partner for that long so they dont want to get committed like that Now some do so you cant just say theyre a small fractions of gays so they dont matter Well you cant be immoral and forget about them but we live in a democracy and its the majority that really counts So to sum that up sorry but I justdont
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