Any argument the opposition can make against gay marriage is personal and should be invalid. It goes against the Bible and the beliefs of the Church? It is not your job to force the rest of society to conform to your beliefs, especially if they aren't even a member of the church. Marriage has historically always been between a man and woman and so it should stay that way? Alcohol was banned once, woman who didn't stay virgins until marriage would be stoned to death and a black man even looking at a white woman would've gotten him killed a few decades ago. People, societies and our opinions and views on the world change and consequently the laws have to be able to change too.
Gay people are not hurting anyone. If it goes against your beliefs than sad day for you. You can deal with it. It's their business and not yours. Your religion and your personal beliefs should not dictate the lives of others. Gay people deserve the same rights as straight people.
I believe that same sex couples should have the right to marry. In a country where heterosexual people marry for fame, fortune, and divorce after only a year or two of being married I believe that the "sanctity of marriage" argument is old and tired. I don't think churches should be forced to perform the ceremonies if it infringes on their beliefs, but homosexuals should be allowed to have the same rights regarding marriage as heterosexual couples.
It does not matter whether a relationship is between people of the same sex or of the opposite sex, love is love, and all people should have the same rights. Not allowing homosexuals to get marries is discrimination. The rights of homosexual Americans deserve to be protected from bigotry, as the rights of all Americans are.
Yes, regardless of whether your relationship is with someone of the same sex or of the opposite sex, all people should have the same rights. Love is love, regardless of whether it is a man and woman in love, two men in love, or two women in love. Denying rights to homosexual couples is discrimination, and the rights and equality of all Americans must be protected.
While I am not a homosexual, I do not have any real issues with same sex marriage. I personally feel we as human beings have the right to love whomever we chose to love. Gay married couples should still receive equal rights as respected heterosexual couples because to me, a marriage is a marriage.
The problem here is with the use of the word "marriage". Same sex couples should be allowed the same rights to have a lasting partnership agreement such as a civil partnership but it shouldn't be called a marriage as that can only exist between heterosexual couples. However, same sex couples should be allowed all the same rights to have their union recognised as a life partnership just without the name marriage.