Gay Marriage? 48 replies

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#11 16 years ago

Why not? they're human beings and if they want to be hapy that way, so be it. I just hope I'm not forced to participate in anything.




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#12 16 years ago

Let them get the same rights as married people, but call it a differant name. People argue marriage can be changed. Marriage has a very sacred and holy background. You shouldn't just change that because some people want to be differant. I am all for gay rights, let them have the benefits of marriage. I just don't think it should be recognized as marriage.




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#13 16 years ago
Let them get the same rights as married people, but call it a differant name. People argue marriage can be changed. Marriage has a very sacred and holy background. You shouldn't just change that because some people want to be differant. I am all for gay rights, let them have the benefits of marriage. I just don't think it should be recognized as marriage.

You can marry for the church and/or for the townhall. Gay should be allowed to marry in the townhall (the marriage is then official made and registrated by the goverment) but not in/for the church. These are 2 different kinds of marriage and the marriage accepted by the state has nothing to do with christian (besides the fact that it orginated from it), but today there are 2 kinds of marriage: a church or a goverment marriage. So give them the right to do a goverment marriage with the same title as hetrocouples ("married"). Just let them marry if they want to, i have no problems with gays what so ever.




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#14 16 years ago

I don't care. They can do whatever they want so long as it doesn't affect me. They want to marry? They should have a right to. They don't want to marry? Then it doesn't matter. I don't care either way. I think they should be able to if they want to; it doesn't hurt anybody.




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#15 16 years ago

I have no problem with homosexuals having the same rights and priveledges as a married couple, but I'm completely against calling it marraige.

They're athiests anyway, why do they want to be "married?" If I was an athiest I probably wouldn't believe in marraige too.




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#16 16 years ago

If two people love each other there is no reason why they should not be allowed to live together as a couple. Think about how it must be for a homosexual not to be able to marry just because the general public or the church thinks its wrong. Who are we to judge over another person's relationship? The only type of homosexual I dislike is a flamboyant one. They're homosexual, they don't have to put it on show.


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#17 16 years ago

KillorLiveI have no problem with homosexuals having the same rights and priveledges as a married couple, but I'm completely against calling it marraige.

They're athiests anyway, why do they want to be "married?" If I was an athiest I probably wouldn't believe in marraige too.

and since when are all homosexuals athiest? where did that come from? and since marriage doesn't have to take place in a church, who cares if they are athiest? they should still have the right to marry.




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#18 16 years ago

If they love each other so much, they should not care if it's recognized under law or not.




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#19 16 years ago

That's what I've never understood; the need for people to get married to 'prove' their love or something.




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#20 16 years ago

i think that it is because with a title you can identify yourself, if you live together but aren't married you just "live together" but when you carry a title you,well i should i explain this? feel yourself more then just "living together". thats why people want to marry.* [size=-3][size=-5]*Dönitz isn't 100% sane. [/size][/size][size=-3][size=-5]Dönitz[/size][/size][size=-3][size=-5]'s opinions have to be taken with a pinch of salt and a dose of common sense. [/size][/size]