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  • No, homosexual acts should not be punishable by law.

    Love is love, whether done between a man and a woman, or two people of the same sex. You should not be shunned or punished because you are in love with someone. That is discrimination. When we are born, we love our parents, and we carry that love into our adulthood. If we choose to love a person of the same sex, that should be our choice.

  • Absolutely not- that is discrimination.

    Particularly in the United States, we do not regulate the private behavior of consenting adults because some religious folk don't like it.
    Homosexuality is inborn. You might as well try to regulate left-handed people from writing with their left hands. Only primitive, backwards societies try to impose religious beliefs on an entire populace.

  • I'm pretty sure that they don't choose to be gay.

    That would be like arresting people for being black (they practically do at this point but you get the idea.) Nothing about what they are doing is bad enough to be punishable. I mean, seriously? Why is this even questionable?
    Not only that, but what about bisexual people? A lot of bisexuals might not even know they like both genders until they come across someone they really like, but then if a law were placed they would have to be punished in some way.
    Putting someone in jail for loving the "wrong" person is just stupid, period.

  • No it shouldn't!

    If a woman in America married a horse, why shouldn't gays be able to get married?
    If another woman married a dead bull, why shouldn't gays get married?
    If another woman married her own son (no older than 8 years old), why shouldn't gays be able to get married?
    If a father and daughter got married (out of love) why shouldn't gays get married?
    I'm not a homosexual, but if those people mentioned above are allowed to do what they did then why shouldn't gays get married?

  • Of course not.

    What happens with two consenting adults in the privacy of their bedroom should not be punishable by law. Or are people talking about holding hands, hugging, or kissing in public? Even if that is the case, then it still shouldn't be criminalised. After all, straight couples are allowed to do that, so why are same-sex couples not allowed?

    I know some people are like 'think of the children, it would be confusing and scary to them.' It's only that if people make it that way for them. I found Maths scary and confusing when I was a kid but I still had do tests on it.

    No one decides who to love. No one chooses to be gay, just as no one chooses to be straight. Even if one is straight, they don't decide who to love. To those who believe it is a choice, choose to be gay and find someone of your own sex attractive. Right now. You can't, you say? Then I guess you have to eat your own words.

    Homosexuality isn't unnatural, and should not be a criminal offense.

  • No They Should Not

    If Homosexual Acts Should Be Punishable By Law, Then Every Straight Person That Has Oral Sex With Their Wives Or Husbands (Or Boyfriend Or Girlfriend) Or If The Husband Or Wife (Boyfriend/Girlfriend) Engages In Anal Sex, Then They Should Be Punished Just As Well. Punishing Another Human Being For Loving Another Human Being Is Ludacris, And No Matter How A Persons Personal Feels On The Matter May Be, It Is Unconstitutional To Tell Someone Who They Can And Can Not Love Or Have Different Kinds Of Sex Acts With, It's Idiocy!

  • No, homosexual acts should not be punishable by law.

    Love is love, whether done between a man and a woman, or two people of the same sex. You should not be shunned or punished because you are in love with someone. That is discrimination. When we are born, we love our parents, and we carry that love into our adulthood. If we choose to love a person of the same sex, that should be our choice.

  • No, not ever.

    A person's sexual orientation should NEVER be a matter of court interference. Homosexual people are still PEOPLE. They are human being just the same as anyone else with the added exception of NOT being responsible for the ever increasing number of orphans. What people do in the privacy of their own homes is no one's business but their own and who people choose to have relationships with is certainly no different.

  • Not at all.

    What happens between two consenting adults in a private bedroom behind closed doors is nobody else's business, period. There is no practical means of enforcing such a ban outside of a witch hunt, either. It is not the government's job to outlaw things that they think are icky and gross.

  • No, not ever.

    A person's sexual orientation should NEVER be a matter of court interference. Homosexual people are still PEOPLE. They are human being just the same as anyone else with the added exception of NOT being responsible for the ever increasing number of orphans. What people do in the privacy of their own homes is no one's business but their own and who people choose to have relationships with is certainly no different.


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