Is a gay marriage ban unconstitutional?Posted by: Texas14
The constitution garuntees is freedom of speech. What if a gay couple tried to get married to make a point? That should be protected by free speech right? Also, what if there was a controversial religion dedicated to homosexuality? That would be freedom of religion right? It's amazing that some people want their religious beliefs protected, but not the personal lives of others.
Yup. And each court is backing that. SCOTUS to do same soon. This is DONE!
It's taking away people's rights, and since America is a "free country" then that is an example of being simpleminded.
People should not worry about what other people do. If your neighbor smokes weed and is gay, who cares. Only if he is theif then there's a problem.
Homosexuality= Sexuality Sexuality=Religion? (NO) Sexuality=Speech? (NO) Sexuality=Press?(NO) Sexuality=not directly considered by the constitution. It is unconstitutional to treat others with less respect, but it is not unconstitutional to prevent people from practicing their sexuality. You should not prevent people from using human rights, but where does it say that I need to let a man marry a man? That is not considered human rights, it is considered queer.
While Gay Marriage Bans aren't unconstitutional, gay marriage is still a right anybody can have.
Marraige isn't even mentioned once in the Constitution. Gay marriage doesn't relate to anything in the Constitution. This means that no one can say that gay marriage bans are unconstitutional or constitutional.