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Title Civil Unions A controversial issue Topic Civil Unions a definition and an explanation of both sides of the issue Specific Purpose to inform my audience of both sides of the debate concerning civil unions Thesis Statement We must understand the concept of civil unions and gay marriages as well as the issues that coincide with these concepts before we are able decide who is right and what is fair INTRODUCTION Attention material Thesis statement We must understand the concept of civil unions and gay marriages as well as the issues that coincide with these concepts before we are able decide who is right and what is fair Preview BODY ICivil unions are considered by the gay and lesbian community to be an important step in the road to equality for themselves as well as for their families However this is a very controversial issue because some believe that marriage should be reserved for heterosexual couples who are considered more likely to raise shared children aAccording to the state of Vermonts website a civil union is a legal relationship that provides same sex couples in Vermont all the benefits protections and responsibilities under the law as are granted to spouses in marriage bNow why do gay couples desire marriages or civil unions iAndrew Sullivan put it simply and obviously in his article entitled Simple Equality He writes We want to marry forthe same reason anyone wants to marry At some point in our lives some of us are lucky enough to meet the person we truly love And we want to commit to that person in front of our family and country for the rest of our lives iiA second more practical reason for civil unions is the rights and benefits that come with a legal
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