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Are there justified secular reasons against gay marriage?

KaleBevilacqua
Johnboy

I do not believe there are justified, unbiased, secular reasons to oppose gay marriage.First round is acceptance. If you are against gay marriage for justified, unbiased, secular reasons, please state your acceptance in your reply, along with possibly a few points you'd like to address.I look forward to hearing y...

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4 Comments
Updated 4 Years Ago

Gay Marriage Should Be Legalized.

TheSkeptic
InquireTruth

ON GUARD! I affirm the resolution: Gary Marriage should be legalized. For the sake of clarity and being terse, the term "gay" will be an umbrella term for the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) community. I am not arguing in what way gay marriage should be legalized (federal or states), but I'm arguing that it SHOULD be legalized because there is no valid legal argument against gay marriage. Do note that since this is in context of being legalized, saying that God is against ga...

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106 Comments
Updated 9 Years Ago

Gay Marriage

NorthDebater
xXCryptoXx

Gay marriage should be allowed in the united states....

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15 Comments
Updated 4 Years Ago

Gay Marriage should be legalized!

AgainstFor
Batman3773

Hello. I would like to debate a serious matter- should gay marriage be legalized? In my opinion, yes it should. Disagree? Join the con side and debate me!...

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16 Comments
Updated 3 Years Ago

Gay Marriage should be 100% legal

abard124
Alex

We hold these truths to be self evident, THAT ALL MEN ARE CREATED EQUAL, that they are endowed by their creator with CERTAIN UNALIENABLE RIGHTS, that among these are life, LIBERTY, and THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS." Yes, you will complain that that is the declaration of independence, not the constitution. Here's some news for you. The country was founded on the declaration of independence, and the constitution didn't come for some years later. Actually we were more like the EU for the first few y...

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57 Comments
Updated 9 Years Ago

Gay Marriage

kittymosh36
Tinman46

I am a straight Catholic and I believe that homosexuals should be treated as our equals. Why do you believe that homosexuals should not have the same rights as you? If they wish to be Catholic and get married under that, then why push them away from God when he wants us to bring people together under his Church? These are modern times; things have changed. The bible states that it is okay to beat your slave. If you ask me, slavery and beating is certainly not okay. It also says that women should...

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11 Comments
Updated 3 Years Ago

Gay Marriage Should Be Legal in the U.S.

ironknight47
sunny.pujari

In this debate, I will be arguing on the "pro" side, meaning I support gay marriage in the U.S. There will be four rounds, as follows: 1) Accepting 2) First Arguments 3) Counter-Arguments 4) Counter-Arguments and Closing Statements If you want to present your opening arguments during the first round, that would be fine. Thank you to anyone willing to participate. Remember, you want to show why you oppose gay marriage in the U.S....

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2 Comments
Updated 4 Years Ago

Should gay marriage be legalized?

HappyTheExceed
ZachTheGreat

I beileve gay marrage should be legalized. Round one of this debate will be the acceptance round. This is my first debate on my website, I am very amilier of the concept, and only know the basics. Excuse my noobiness...

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2 Comments
Updated 3 Years Ago

Should gay marriage be legalized?

justaloser
Adam2isback

As a lesbian atheist, I strongly believe that gay marriage should be legalized, but I'm up for a friendly debate. Keep in mind, though, if you say "f*g" one time, I'm not going to listen to a single thing you say....

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Updated 3 Years Ago

There is no rational basis for banning gay marriage.

Nymphomaniac
bluesteel

This is a short debate about gay marriage in the United States. I believe bans on gay marriage cannot be defended, even under rational basis review. When courts apply rational basis review, the question asked is whether the law at issue is rationally related to a legitimate government interest. This is the lowest level of judicial scrutiny. Thus, the issue up for debate is whether bans on gay marriage are rationally related to a legitimate government interest. This should give those against gay...

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62 Comments
Updated 3 Years Ago