Should Gay Marragie be aloud still?
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I accept. Gay marriage can not be aloud. Aloud is used to refer to volume; for something to be aloud, it has to be spoken. Gay marriage cannot be spoken because you did not put it in quotations, so you have to be referring to the thing and not the words.
The problem here is that you are basing their "love" on their sexual attraction to each other. That is called "lust" and is a negative feeling. Lust is when you want to marry someone based on the way they look; its goal is to have the person's body, not the person. Love is when you want a romantic relationship, not a sexual one. People who truly love someone can marry that person and have a good relationship regardless of whether their physical attributes are appealing. Gays lust for each other because they don't have any sexual attraction towards the opposite gender; however, many are deluded into believing that they actually love each other.
But that is not the point. Reread my first argument.
I May be bi but I support lgbt all the time, maybe is you put your self in someone else's shoes you might just see that they are happy the way they are.
They are happy, but their children are not.
That is still not the point. Gay marriage should not be aloud.
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