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Gay marriage: for or against its legalization in the US? posted 25 February 2005 in Off-Topic DiscussionGay marriage: for or against its legalization in the US? by sukoudo, Commoner

First of all, I think I should say that in my opinion, marriage should stay 'under the rule' of the government. If granting marriage liscences was left up to the churches, half this world would not be allowed their inherent right to marry whom they choose. Not everyone lives their life under the rules of a certain religion, but we all live under the rules of the government. Does that make sense??

Anyways, I'm all for gay marriages, and being here in Beautiful British Columbia, if I decide that I want to marry the woman next door, I certainly could. Marriage is certainly about the love, not the gender, religion or any other factor. If two people are in love, they should be able to make the commitment of marriage.

That's my two bits.

~Meg view post


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