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Homosexual issues-polarization?

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4/20/2012 10:29:47 PM
Posted: 6 years ago
After learning of Missouri's "dont say gay" bill (, it got me thinking. Here in the US we have some states that recognize homosexual marriage completely, and others that have constitutional amendments banning not only SSM, but all forms of recognition for homosexuals as well. My State (along with several others) prohibited sodomy until 2003, and now we have Missouri trying to pretend that it doesn't exist while simultaneously others are trying to extend marriage benefits to gays. My question is, do you think this is just the result of political party/ideology strength in certain areas, or a genuine polarization of different regions of the US?
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4/20/2012 11:04:29 PM
Posted: 6 years ago
I would believe it comes out because of people's different views on morality, their religious views, and surrounding culture.
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