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Same-Sex Marriage

A term used to describe a legally or socially recognized marriage between two persons of the same biological sex or social gender.

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Maybe One Day

  • Oct 11, 2009
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Be Maybe One Day

Jason Standart

 

Life, Liberty, and Justice for all!

Today that has changed and I am no longer included in this.

The rights of my friends, my loved ones, and myself have been taken away.

All because some people do not like the fact we are GAY.

Do we not bleed, Do we not feel, Do we not cry just like you

Who is someone else to decide whether or not our love is true.

All people are created equal! No truer words have ever been spoken

But now based on hate, our rights have been broken

We are not all the same, were not all treated fair

And worst of all, you don’t seem to care

This is not our choice, or a lifestyle, this is the way our All Mighty designed us to be

To question and hate his creation makes you sacrilegious, not we!

No hate comes from our side, no violence towards you

We just want the same right that you’re granted to

 

Wrong and Unnatural are words I hear a lot

You hate based on differences!

Is this not worse than gay marriage being taught?!

To pass down prejudice and hate, rather than love and acceptance is what you are teaching our

Young ones,

All we want is to get married, and somehow we are viewed as the wrong ones.

I am who I am, and I won’t change for anyone, I couldn’t even if I tried

I have too much dignity, I have too much Pride

Pride for myself and for all people just like me

Open your eyes, I just wish you could see

The differences that divide us are tiny compared to the beliefs that we share.

So I ask you; please don’t judge, please don’t hate, Please take me up on this dare!

 

Our love is true and our will is strong

One day we will get back what you say is wrong

Gay does not destroy the sanctity of marriage!

It brings it back to its truest form

Not based on money, or a night of drinking in Vegas

But based on the love, and a lifetime of commitment that two people share

We stand strong, united, the power of one

And with these last words of “EQUALITY FOR ALL” I am done.


 

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December 03, 2009
Great piece of literature. Very well written & heartfelt. Thanks for sharing!!
 
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Same-sex marriage and gay marriage are terms for a legally or socially recognized marriage between two people of the same sex.

The first country to allow same-sex couples to enter into legally recognized marriage was the Netherlands, effective in 2001. Since then, six other countries and seven U.S. states have followed suit, though voters in California revoked it through passage of Proposition 8. Proponents of same-sex marriage regard it as a human right to be able to enter into marriage regardless of sexual orientation. Those who oppose same-sex marriage often base their opposition on the perceived societal impact of same-sex marriage, concerns about indirect consequences of same-sex marriage, parenting concerns, tradition, or religious grounds. In 16 countries, and specific jurisdictions within 5 others, same-sex couples can join in a civil union but cannot marry. Additionally, Israel, the U.S. state of New York and Washington, D.C. recognize legal same-sex marriages from other jurisdictions but do not perform their own. Political and legal debate continues in over two dozen other countries and multiple U.S. states.
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