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  • Vote to Marry??

    In order for the LGBT community to marry, they must live in a state in which it is legal to do so. Now put yourself in their shoes. Would you think it was "right" for the need to vote on weather or not you can marry someone that you love? What is wrong with that picture? Is the difficulty on marriage really on who people chose to spend their life with? I believe that it should not matter on who one chooses to marry. Why would someone choose to put them under a heavier burden just because they are attracted to the same sex, not the opposite sex?

  • What's there to say?

    Civil rights, as defined through Google search: "the rights of citizens to political and social freedom and equality." This is quite clearly civil rights, unless l'm gravely mistaken. A minority isn't receiving proper equality, at least in most places in the US AND elsewhere. Inequality? Hello? Please tell me what l'm missing, here.

  • Bob and Lou and Should Be Treated the Same as Bob and Sue

    Civil rights is another name for equality. If a group is treated differently because of a fundamental, often innate, difference, then that is a civil rights issue. With people in the LGBT community being denied the same rights as their American brethren based on their sexuality or sexual orientation this may be the premier civil rights issue of the 21st century in America.

  • Yes it is

    Yes, I would have to agree with the notion that LGBT equality is a civil rights issue. People who identify as LGBT have undergone severe discrimination and scrutiny in society and do not even have the same rights as heterosexual people. These people deserve the same rights as every one else and this makes it a civil rights issue.

  • Yes, LGBT equality is a civil rights issue.

    Civil rights are the rights to protect individuals freedom from infringement by government officials. They allow any one person to live without discrimination for their way of life or religious belief. LGBT seem to be persecuted by people because they love someone of the same sex. They are not hurting anyone. They aren't killing people, and they aren't pushing their belief on heterosexual people. They have rights too.

  • Yes, LGBT equality is a civil rights issue.

    Civil rights are the rights to protect individuals freedom from infringement by government officials. They allow any one person to live without discrimination for their way of life or religious belief. LGBT seem to be persecuted by people because they love someone of the same sex. They are not hurting anyone. They aren't killing people, and they aren't pushing their belief on heterosexual people. They have rights too.

  • I agree with other person who said no.

    Being LGBT is wrong. I don't think there is even an issue. They shouldn't be allowed to have the same rights because thats not the way we are supposed to be living. If we were meant to be intimate with the same sex then everyone would have the same sex organs. Obviously that's not the case.

  • No. It never was, and never will be.

    The LGBT community has plenty of support in today's society. (Which is terribly sad) And, when you give valid opinions on why their practice is wrong, you are immediately lashed out by invalid and stupid people who gives untrue facts about their "love". The LGBT community is not under attack, but rather, they attack everyone else, claiming they are "homophobes" because we don't like stuff that spreads AIDS and HIV.

  • No, It will never be

    Everyone knows it is bad so common sense will tell you. It could change the world if that would be approved and could change the lifestyle of normal kids to abnormal ones. The world will be full of such a shame and bullies. Our society will be full of nonsense.

  • No, It will never be

    Everyone knows it is bad so common sense will tell you. It could change the world if that would be approved and could change the lifestyle of normal kids to abnormal ones. The world will be full of such a shame and bullies. Our society will be full of nonsense.


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Bullish says2013-05-04T02:20:42.937
Marriage should not be regulated by the government in the first place. That's what always ticks me off when people get into Gay rights and such debates. Come on face it.. People only get married for 2 reasons: societal pressure (or tradition if you want to be nicer) and tax deductions.