It isn't, and should be available to all gay couples
Being gay is wrong, so they can't get married
The sanctity of marriage. No, I wasn't laughing. I was coughing. *cough* ... see?
It will set a bad example for Christian youth
I don't honestly have a good reason, but I still say no
Other (please explain)
It's just perception, really.
Now, every man and woman has equal access to marriage. However, men can only enter the contract with women and women can only enter the contract with men. Each gender has a right that the other doesn't. Gender discrimination.
When one gender can enter into a contract that another gender cannot, that's called discrimination.
Why is it "is what it is"? What could be the root reason for "it is what it is"?
The most reducible answer that I've seen thus far might be inferred simply as: "because".
What form of power and/or control by 3 percent of the population have over the 97 percent that can and/or will cause the majority to want to succumb to a lesser moral standard (defining standards claimed by many non gays)?
By the sheer act of allowing gay marriage, how will the moral fabric of non gay members of society be effected?
Last edited by Removable Mind; 05-31-11 at 08:22 AM.