Persuasive Essay On Right To Marry

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Abstract

Gay marriage is a frequent debate in our current society. A lot of people state that marriage is a sacred intuition that should not be harmed starting with the religious communities and also a part of the population. But the rise of many associations and movements that state clearly that homosexual couples should benefit from the same rights and same privileges as the heterosexual couple. In fact their union will not harm the institution of marriage because it is based on love and it is the only reason that should allow two human begins to commit to each other.

The Right to Marry:

Throughout history homosexuality has been treated differently depending on culture religion and historical context.
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In fact, marriage is believed to be strictly between a man and a woman, this based on the Book of Genesis. Marriage is, according to the Christian religion, the union of a man and a woman, in order to procreate and nothing more than that. Thus, in the beliefs, the union between two homosexual people would be harmful to both the institution of marriage and the idea of procreation, since it would affect the child and deform the principle that “God created Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve” (as said in a lot of activist campaigns). However, this shows a lot of inequalities since we could pick out a lot of cases where marriage isn’t only in the ideal of procreation. Many infertile couples have the right to get married, and a lot of marriages happen for wrong reasons (money, facilities, nationality matters etc.). Moreover, according to the Bible, divorce shouldn’t be allowed except in case of “immorality” (“and I say to you, whoever divorces his wife, except for immorality, and marries another woman commits adultery” Matt. 19:9) as it is explained in the article from the Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry. On a more ironic tone, why doesn’t Church say anything about TV shows such as Married at first
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