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A Fundamental Right You are now wife and wife Amy leans over to kiss her new wife Terri The wedding was beautiful as any wedding inside a church It was a beautiful warm sunny day in May The two brides now feel a sense of togetherness and a false sense of true commitment even though the state will not recognize their marriage Myself a young lesbian woman would like to see myself being able to marry my partner Society has become more tolerant of gays and lesbians in the last couple of years and we are all uniting to carry our voice to be able to marry the one we love regardless of race religion or sex Gays and lesbians have been denied the right to marry for too long The United States does not allow same-sex marriages because it is not the traditional view of a family or life Marriages should not only be for one man and one woman but also extend the right to include same-sex couples The government does not care that these two people love each other and want to make this commitment The government is denying gays and lesbians the right to feel like they are a part of a society Gays and lesbians will always feel like an outcast as long as they are treated like one One could in no way have true self-confidence if one feels like they do not belong Imagine the stress one must feel knowing that you could never marry the one you love Married couples for years have used the insurance of one spouse and taken advantage of benefits that unmarried couples do not have Married couples together can file joint tax returns Spouses can gain insurance provided by their spouses company If one of the spouses dies then the other automatically gets the deceaseds assets Then they can collect their social security Evan Wolfson states in his
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