Love is love. Black. White. Hispanic. Gay. Straight. Homosexual. Tall. Short. Fat. Thin. No one should be persecuted under law for loving someone. If homosexuals could be persecuted for love, then heterosexuals should be as well. Love is love regardless of any other factors that could come about. No matter what.
Everyone loves someone somewhere on this Earth. We held a marriage for a friend who married a wall- crazy, right? But oh well, love is love. So it doesn't matter if it's man and man or woman and woman. There are worse things in the world out there. My family was all into the bible but here I am with a girlfriend. Either be miserable or be happy. Don't judge on who someone loves.
Marriage isn't just about a man and a woman. If you are referencing the bible, then you have many many centuries of bias. Just because you love someone other than a defintion doesn't mean you can't spend the rest of your life with them and have the same rights as people that live in the box made by societies. Sometimes you have to think outside the box.
Yes, love is love. Banning homosexual "marriage" isn't stopping people from being able to go man-on-man or woman-on-woman; it's simply preserving the traditional definition of marriage: the lifelong union between a man and a woman as husband and wife.
Marriage is the single most crucial institution in our society. Raising our kids in an environment where they're subject to both male and female (mother/father) relationships helps build them into well-rounded adults.
Divorce, adultery, and homosexuality are all a threat to this fragile union.