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Gay Marriages Subjective Claim Throughout history a marriage has been a male and female exchanging vows promising their lives to eachother Never did anyone think that gays had a right to get married it was always considered a sin to be gay Legal binding marriage between two homosexuals nowadays whether it be a male and male or a female and female relationship should not be legalized after following a long history of marriages There are too many factors that need to be addressed when dealing with a gay marriage My reasoning for this opinion is not because Im homophobic its just that I dont feel that after following the bible all these years why turn against all that has been stated and studied Data and Evidence One factor would have to be what if there are children involved in the marriage It is said that children are better off when raised by their biological parents In a same-sex marriage one of the parents would be biologically unrelated to the child or by chance both However without both of the biological parents present the child would be at a disadvantage compared to a child with both of his biological parents Not trying to state that kids with two biological parents opposed to one biological parent has a better life its just the fact that kids would be emotionally hurt without their other biological parent Stated previously The purpose of marriage is procreation is another factor If one of the purposes of a marriage is to procreate legalizing gay marriages would be impossible because of the same sex marriage This goes against the rituals of a standard marriage between a male and female If you cant procreate in a same sex marriage theres no way to keep the family name going from
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