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Should gay people be allowed to get married?

Man_Bear_Pig 2012/07/05 05:58:25
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  • nothingbutthetruth 2012/07/05 09:11:33
    Yes
    nothingbutthetruth
    +3
    Why not!
  • Angela Chambers 2012/07/05 09:05:16
    Yes
    Angela Chambers
    +3
    Everyone has the right to get married. It's in the Constitution of the USA.
  • john 2012/07/05 08:37:21
    No
    john
    +2
    I'm personally against gay weddings, but if they want to and they can then who am i to stop them.....
  • KoAm 2012/07/05 08:30:13
    No
    KoAm
    +2
    Homosexuality is a deviant form of sexuality. There is no reason why the state should "honor" it by letting two people of the same sex get married.
  • Man_Bea... KoAm 2012/07/05 08:33:44
    Man_Bear_Pig
    +3
    In what way would it effect you personally? Just curious. Because if you don't like it for religious reasons then, the gay married couple would never make it to heaven with you. So why do you mind if no one is getting hurt?
  • The Judge KoAm 2012/07/05 09:15:27
    The Judge
    +6
    At one point the Christians thought Koreans were devils and demons. You still all inn?
  • lurx: t... KoAm 2012/07/05 12:51:35
    lurx: the soda jerk
    +5
    Here's a good reason...

    reason
  • NoName KoAm 2012/07/05 22:41:13
    NoName
    +3
    "Homosexuality is a deviant form of sexuality."

    In what area?

    Nature? Lots of homosexuality present in nature

    "There is no reason why the state should "honor" it by letting two people of the same sex get married."

    Yes there is.

    Because the states appeals to the rights of ALL citizens, and [is supposed to] provide freedom and equality under the law to everybody.

    That's why.
  • Wolfman NoName 2012/07/06 03:55:39
    Wolfman
    States allow marriage between a man and a woman. No one is excepted. There is freedom and equality under the law to everybody.
  • Wolfman KoAm 2012/07/06 03:51:34
    Wolfman
    Jen, the voice of reason.
  • Metaldane 2012/07/05 08:21:29
    Yes
    Metaldane
    +2
    I'm not hateful enough to deny people equal treatment just because I don't approve of how they act or what they do (not that I feel like that towards homosexuality) it's not like like I go around trying to ban Christians from going into my neighborhood every week trying to convert people therefore stopping them from doing something other religions are allowed to do even though I see that as a grave insult
  • Ruadon 2012/07/05 07:42:11
    Yes
    Ruadon
    +1
    why not? its not going to make any difference in my life if they do or don't so we might as well let them
  • ~HopelessRomanticM17~ 2012/07/05 07:40:48
    Yes
    ~HopelessRomanticM17~
    +1
    I don't think that I should have a say in how they live their life. If they want to be married to someone, I don't think I have the right to tell them they can or cannot do it. Discrimination is something that I've never been a supporter of.
  • eliminator_90 2012/07/05 07:34:56
    Yes
    eliminator_90
    +2
    I believe that everyone should be able to do what they wants , of course if it's not hurting anyone ...
  • Cimoc Feiler Naitsabes 2012/07/05 07:23:02
    Yes
    Cimoc Feiler Naitsabes
    +1
    why not?
  • Michelle 2012/07/05 07:18:27
    Yes
    Michelle
    +6
    I don't think this should even be an issue. I'm not American-- I'm from a country where gay marriage is legal. You know what? The country hasn't fallen into anarchy yet. The sanctity of marriage remains. Can you guess what the consequences for gay marriage are? Gays will marry. Nothing else will change. Gay marriage being legal literally does not affect the people who protest it in any way.
  • KoAm Michelle 2012/07/05 08:32:35
    KoAm
    +2
    >>>Gay marriage being legal literally does not affect the people who protest it in any way.>>>

    Yes, it does. There have been cases where practicing Christians who are florists, photographers, and innkeepers have been compelled under law to service "gay weddings."

    This is in spite of the fact that freedom of religion is guaranteed by literal word in the U.S. Constitution, a document which never once mentions the word "marriage."

    "It doesn't affect anyone else" isn't just a tired, old, broken-record, repeated argument. It's also an utterly false one.
  • Man_Bea... KoAm 2012/07/05 08:36:48
    Man_Bear_Pig
    +3
    Most states allow private businesses to have the right to refuse customers service for any reason. Is that all?
  • lurx: t... KoAm 2012/07/05 12:53:31
    lurx: the soda jerk
    +5
    "Yes, it does. There have been cases where practicing Christians who are florists, photographers, and innkeepers have been compelled under law to service "gay weddings.""

    practicing christians florists photographers innkeepers compelled law service gay weddings

    ...the horror!!
  • Miss Be... lurx: t... 2012/07/05 17:07:12
  • Michelle KoAm 2012/07/05 17:29:40
    Michelle
    +3
    Because florists, photographers, and innkeepers who have been affected make up ALL protesters. Furthermore, whether or not they have the right to refuse service (which I'm pretty sure they probably do, but I'm not American, so I can't quote American law at you), if they voice their beliefs on it, in a respectful way, the couple would probably go look for another florist, photographer, or location anyways-- though maybe that's just my common sense kicking in here.

    Can you think of any stronger ways that people are affected? Because if not, the argument is perfectly valid, and will be repeated until it's not true any longer.
  • Megan's a soul collector 2012/07/05 07:17:46
    Yes
    Megan's a soul collector
    +3
    I want a wife, and a few babes later in life.
  • Panda Kitty 2012/07/05 07:13:05
    Yes
    Panda Kitty
    +2
    It doesn't affect me if gay people get married So what the heck just allow it and if their in love then i think its good or okay
  • Wolfman 2012/07/05 06:57:39
    No
    Wolfman
    +1
    This question is getting tired
  • Man_Bea... Wolfman 2012/07/05 06:58:45
    Man_Bear_Pig
    +6
    Well, if gay marriage was legal then no one would be asking it anymore :)
  • Wolfman Man_Bea... 2012/07/05 07:09:15
    Wolfman
    Very tired.
  • KoAm Man_Bea... 2012/07/05 08:33:12
    KoAm
    +1
    What does that mean? We're supposed to just say okay to "gay marriage" just to stop people's pestering questions?
  • Man_Bea... KoAm 2012/07/05 08:38:10
  • Harley Squiggles the God \(... 2012/07/05 06:50:47
  • KoAm Harley ... 2012/07/05 08:34:48
    KoAm
    +2
    What does that mean?

    That if someone opposes "gay marriage," they're saying that gay people aren't human beings?

    Is this the sort of "logic" that the "gay marriage" crowd bases its arguments on? Good grief.

    Bigamists, polygamists, and people who are attracted to their siblings are also human beings. That doesn't mean we should legalize those types of "marriages," though.
  • Man_Bea... KoAm 2012/07/05 08:39:48
    Man_Bear_Pig
    +1
    Gay marriage is between two consenting adults (Americans). It's pretty disgusting of you to compare gay marriage with pedophilia. Would you do the same with interracial marriage?
  • Brendakp Man_Bea... 2012/07/05 14:30:47
    Brendakp
    +1
    Show me where she compared it to pedophilia. You can't. Although, behind the scenes some want that legalized too. Interracial marriage? Apples and oranges. This is based on sexual preference, not race.
  • Harley ... KoAm 2012/07/05 09:52:01
    Harley Squiggles the God \(#o#)/
    +1
    True. But gay marriage isn't as bad those other marriages. I just feel that they should be given the right to get married. Simple as that.
  • Crime Time 2012/07/05 06:50:15
  • Dagon 2012/07/05 06:32:43
  • Man_Bea... Dagon 2012/07/05 06:56:17
    Man_Bear_Pig
    +5
    You don't have to reply if you don't like the question. I'm a new to sodahead and I was interested in other people opinions on the subject.
  • Dagon Man_Bea... 2012/07/05 11:57:42
  • Wolfman Dagon 2012/07/05 06:58:21
    Wolfman
    +1
    Agree.
  • Man_Bea... Wolfman 2012/07/05 07:03:04
    Man_Bear_Pig
    +3
    You seem interested enough to read people's comments... maybe you just don't like the majorities' opinion isn't your own.
  • Wolfman Man_Bea... 2012/07/05 07:10:31
    Wolfman
    +2
    If the majority agreed with you, you wouldn't be asking the question.

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