Same Sex Marriage Should Not Be Legalized In The Philippines

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Same sex marriage shouldn’t be legalized in the Philippines yet because same sex marriage would disrupt the original meaning of marriage, it shouldn’t also be the end point or the spring board to push the LGBT agenda, and it hinders the state in protecting the LGBT community. There are things that we cannot immediately push through; certain processes must be followed. It’s like writing an essay. In order for it to be considered good or read worthy, there is a flow chart that has to be followed. This way the thoughts you have is organized and is not clumped together in a disorganized manner, this system works in every essay. Just like the legalization of same sex marriage, specifically here in the Philippines. I believe that same sex marriage should not be legalized yet because there are a lot of loopholes in the system. The LGBT community should start small in reducing the discrimination against them. This paper will talk about how same sex marriage disrupts the original meaning of marriage; the meaning that everyone started with. It will also talk about how it should neither be the end point nor the spring board into pushing the LGBT agenda, and lastly how it hinders the state in protecting the LGBT community. The first argument as to why same sex marriage should not be legalized yet is because of the fact that same sex marriage disrupts the original meaning of marriage; the original, conservative, and heterosexual favouring meaning of the word “marriage”. How do we
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