If gay marriage was legal, they would not face such problems and discriminations, they would get better attitudes from people. Governments do not accept gay marriage because they are afraid of the community’s upcoming acts. Governments have a big mistake in ignoring gay people’s human rights because of religious reasons. Religious ideas of people must not affect the legalization of gay marriage and child adoption. Governments exist to provide equality to all of the people living in their community, ignoring their race, sex, religion and sexual orientation.
While the majority of the population believes that the legalization of gay marriage will have negative impact on the society, gay activists claim that it is against basic civil rights to prohibit them from marrying. The constitution gives us many civil rights and remedies. One of the liberty granted to us is to be in pursuit of happiness, which homosexual people are not allowed to chase. They cannot be married to the person they love. It violates their freedoms.
But this has been disputed within the religion as well as outside of it. In 2009, The United Kingdom Hindu Council issued a statement that 'Hinduism does not condemn homosexuality ', subsequent to the decision of the Delhi High Court to legalise homosexuality in India. Probably, this is the only issue for which the priests, Babas & Maulanas from different faiths have been united and agree to raise one voice on this topic. Many of them have told on TV how homosexuality is against the "great Indian culture". But, if one takes a quick glance at the ancient Indian culture, mythology etc, this topic is not new.
In addition, it is true that Japan does not have a tradition or religious prejudice against gay people with violence, but the country does have a lot of things to do before the government legalize gay marriage. For example, child custody or property rights for heterosexual parents. Some people may say that Japan is far behind other countries with respect to same sex marriage, but if you do not solve these problems first, legalization of gay marriage fall into confusion in the end. We just have to wait until Japan will be ready for
Some Americans consider same-sex marriage unethical and should have never been legalized in some states. Then there are the Americans that think it should be the person’s choice and what makes them happy. As of May 15, 2017 64% of Americans think gay marriage should be recognized by the law. Another ethical debate, this one dealing with gender is what bathroom should a transgendered person use. In 4 states there a laws that require a transgender to use the bathroom that matches the gender on their respective birth certificate.
The word "queer" that began as a label or something very offensive and often used for discriminatory or offensive purposes, became a word for members of the gay community without offensive purposes. There was a time in this country when homosexuality was mistakenly classified as a mental illness. However, extensive investigations showed that this assumption was false. On the other hand, doctors and psychologists have recognized that being lesbian or gay does not create obstacles to a happy, healthy and productive life. Therefore it is not correct to label them with words like "queer" when in fact maybe the society is the "queer" for not understanding and respecting the sexual orientation of each
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.
Consider the following phrases: homosexual community, homosexual activist, homosexual marriage. Substitute the word “gay” in any of those cases, and the terms suddenly become far less loaded, so that the ring of disapproval and judgment evaporates. Some gay rights advocates have declared the term off limits. The Gay and Lesbian Alliance against slander, or Glad, has put “homosexual” on its list of offensive terms and in 2006 persuaded The Associated Press, whose stylebook is the widely used by many news organizations, to restrict use of the word. Miss Suhashini a, lecturer of Phycology Department at UTAR who was currently doing research about LGBT has looked at the way the term is used by those who try to portray gays and lesbians as deviant.
Each person has the right to choose who to love whatever his race, nationality, or religion is, similar to having the right to select the candidate you want to vote for in the political elections, but what about the right to choose who you wish to marry? Lately people are arguing about legalizing same sex marriage and in some countries such as the United States, the law has already been applied in all states since 2015. However, many societies till today are strictly against gay marriage and consider it as a taboo such as Middle Eastern countries and a multiple of examples. Even though same sex marriage is widely supported by many people, it will remain to be an erroneous decision because of several Religious and health reasons. Between the two viewpoints, many see homosexuality as nothing more than an alternative lifestyle.
Labour activist say that the changes to the marriage act will not impose and obligation on a minister of religion to solemnise any marriage. Once the meaning of marriage is changed by the state will there pressures that religion will face to perform the same sex marriages against there will? This could possibly lead to the catholic society facing threats from other people about denying gay marriage ceremonies in the name of religious faith (P.Kelly 2015). I am personally for same sex marriage due to my beliefs, I believe everyone deserves parity and deserves to