Bennett Against Gay Marriage Summary

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In Bennett’s article, “Against Gay Marriage,” he is unsuccessful with who his target audience is. Identifying the target audience is essential for the content included in an article. It helps with the information included. Knowing who the target audience also helps with the argument the writer is trying to get across, or which viewpoint the writer has decided to take. A quote from Bennett’s article, “Obviously it is not always honored in practice. But it is normative, the ideal to which we aspire precisely because we believe some things are right (faithfulness in marriage) and others are wrong (adultery) (Bennett 410).” Bennett than says, “In assisting that marriage accommodate the less restrained sexual practices of homosexuals.” The writer

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