Essay On Same Sex Parents

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Have you ever wondered what someone feels like if they are having feeling for someone or they get judged for loving who they love? They do not get the opportunity to love who they want, no one does. Love is a feeling you get, it is not something they get to choose. People should be able to get married without it being illegal, they should be able to get jobs and be in the military without being asked to leave, and they should be able to have children without them being made fun of for having same-sex parents. The first issue in hand is Same-Sex Marriage Rights.
Same-Sex Marriage should be legal. Marriage is right for everyone. No one should not be able to marry who they love, "Marriage is not only for procreation, otherwise infertile couples
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Same-Sex married couples are less likely to divorce or argue with each other. People of the same-sex know each other better than heterosexual couples so they could get along better and not have to upset or make their children sad. "For example, adolescents with same-sex parents reported feeling more connected at school. Another study reported that children in gay and lesbian households are more likely to talk about emotionally difficult topics, and they are often more resilient, compassionate and tolerant. The same concerns that face many heterosexual parents when they are deciding to have children also face same-sex parents including time, money, and responsibilities of parenthood"(Child). Kids that has same-sex parents are more likely to be open to people, talk about things other kids would not want to talk about, and be more friendly or not bully. Kids with same-sex parents tend to be smarter, "Gay couples make good parents. A June 2014 peer-reviewed University of Melbourne study showed that children raised by same-sex parents score about six percent higher than the general population on measures of general health and family cohesion"(Pro). Growing up with same-sex parents does not change the way a child feels about someone, it does not change their sexuality and make them think different. "One comprehensive study of children raised by lesbian mothers or gay fathers concluded that children raised by same-sex parents did not
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