I can only fit a limited amount into the poll, so here are some more topics of discussion:
Sex before marriage
Embryonic Stem Cell Research
Wearing Clothes with Animal Fur
Violent movies/video games
Feel free to add any other controversial topics you find immoral as well.
My personal opinions:
Abortion- Not inherently immoral, unless it is for reasons relating to the gender of the child and possibly late term abortions.
Death Penalty- State funded murder is immoral.
Doctor-Assisted Suicide- More immoral to ban it than it is itself.
Polygamy- Depends on the individual relationship. A polygamous relationship is not inherently immoral, but the average one often subjugates women.
Gambling- The practice of gambling itself is not immoral, but taking advantage of gambling addictions for profit can be immoral. It still should be legal though.
Suicide- Very sad, but someone is not immoral for attempting it.
Medical Testing on Animals- Depends on the conditions the animal is in. Unless it's for a life saving medicine, it is usually immoral.
Cloning Humans- Immoral.
Sex before Marriage- Amoral.
Birth Control- Amoral.
Embryonic Stem Cell Research- Moral if it is for genuine medical research. Amoral otherwise.
Wearing Clothes with Animal Fur- Wearing it is not immoral, even though it is distasteful, but producing it is.
Cloning Animals- Eh, amoral I suppose, but I'm not 100% sure.
Cloning Organs- Moral if used for life saving purposes.
Gun Ownership- Amoral.
Drug Use- Amoral, although exposing people to second hand smoke can be immoral, especially if it's children who are exposed to it.
Prostitution- Provided everyone in the transaction is there willingly, amoral.
Homophobia- Immoral, but I'm not a fan of banning "hate speech."
Racism- See homophobia.
Violent Movies/Video Games- Amoral.