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  1. Ted on August 18th, 2010 1:50 am

    I understand the reasons, but I don’t understand why people still feel they have to be married to feel complete.

  2. bunny baybe on November 3rd, 2010 3:53 pm

    It has nothing to do with feeling complete. It has to do with people being given the right to spend their lives together without losing benifits for the partner or the children. It’s about being able to buy a house together. It’s about being treated as an equal. Mostly it’s about that. Would you like to be madly, completely in love with someone just to hear you can’t marry them? Would you like to lose your children taken because you can’t get health insurance to so you have to work away from home just for insurance benefits? That’s what happened with one couple. Mostly it’s about having the right to love whomever you love without being told you can’t because your love is different than the “norm.” Indeed, gays will be complete without marriage, but without marriage they will never be truly equal.

  3. Marc on December 9th, 2010 3:34 am

    Everything bunny baybe said is true. But I should also point out, I’m a gay man, and I want to get married for the same reason a lot of women want to I’m guessing. I want to meet a wonderful guy, fall in love with him, have him ask me to marry him, and have a beautiful wedding. I love dressing up, so I would go all out, as they say. I would wear a beautiful wedding dress, have flowers, the whole thing. Its something that would make me very happy. Why keep that from someone? How am I hurting anyone by doing that? None of us knows how much time we have to live. If I can get joy from something so simple, something that hurts no one, why keep it from me?

  4. David on December 14th, 2010 7:58 am

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  5. Mike on December 17th, 2010 8:11 pm

    Bunny babe, Marc,

    You want to have civil rights, that’s cool with me. You and I are part of the same society. I didn’t pick you and you didn’t pick me. I don’t hate you, I don’t want to discriminate against you. What I do want is that we don’t forget the nature of things and the way nature was designed. You both feel that you can only achieve complete love with someone of the same sex. That’s fine. But you always have to recognize two things: First, what you seek is immoral because it goes against nature’s design. Is it your fault that you are the way you are? No! But in life we are all born with our own challenges. Some people are born in foreign countries, some people have disabilities, some people are just different. You happen to have a different gender preference. Do I want you to change? No. But I do want you to cultivate your sense of values and morality, andnever loose sight of it. Secondly, I want you to respect my right to religion, no matter my religion, the same way I respect your different sexuality. What I mean by that is when you use the term marriage you imply the recognition of a union between a man and a wife in the eyes of god. This is a concept that’s universal no matter your religion. So why don’t you use a term that very popular in Europe: “civil union” and leave marriage to the churches, the synagoges, and the mosques. And by the way Marc you can make your civil union as extravagant as you want, Marc.

  6. gay weddings on February 5th, 2011 4:42 am


    It isn’t about feeling complete, its about having the same benefits. A couple months ago I was at a conference in Vegas and someone brought up gay marriage and said its just a word so why not take civil unions. He was a straight guy who was married so I asked him, why don’t we call your marriage a civil union and give the gays the word marriage. He got pissed and said there is meaning behind the word like love and god and I said well should religious gay couples who feel the same about the word have those same feelings? He sort of shut up after arguing that its different when he realized it wasn’t different.

    It isn’t about feeling complete. It’s about the meaning behind the word.

  7. amy on February 5th, 2011 7:10 pm

    Civil union? Marriage? Either way it results in two people making a commitment. And I am straight, however my cousin is not and I have grown to be very protective of him in a sense that I think has lead me to be very aware of gay rights.
    I understand the thought behind the church and what it represents but why is it that we feel so strong about the line being drawn there?
    If you ( by you I mean society) feel that it is wrong in the biblical sense then I think you know that it is GOD who does the judging not us. However, I do know that it causes moral conflict for someone to marry a couple that they feel is doing something wrong and I understand that. But I dont think any person should be denied the right to marry someone they love. And I honestly dont think that the way it is defined, Marriage or Civil Union, will make a difference so long as they are given all the same rights and priviliges as do heterosexual couples.

    So in a church, in a garden, on a balcony, on the beach, in a field, it does not matter. Here or there…anywhere…I do not like no rights for gays, i do not like them anyday!
    -Im pretty sure Dr.Seuss would be down for gay rights because he was all about equality!

  8. Phil on April 12th, 2011 5:30 pm


    If what you say is true, then should people under other religions such as buddhism not be allowed to marry since they don’t go to churches, synagoges, nor mosques? If they get a right to call their marriage a marriage, then why not a same sex couple? And the idea of “man and women” is simply a social norm that the people have made, which can in fact change in time. Yes I know that to certain people’s churches, they will never recognize a same sex marriage as an actual marriage; however gays aren’t asking to be married under the church. They’re asking to be married under the law. Many religions don’t recognize a person marrying a second time (like after a divorce), however they still are aloud to call that second marriage a marriage, despite how religion feels about it.

  9. Kierstan on July 2nd, 2011 7:36 pm

    I am not gay, however, I have a friend who is and I love him to death. The issue of gay marriage can be a controversial one, and it’s a subject that many people feel uncomfortable talking about. The concept of marriage is accepted socially as “male and female”, but what’s wrong with males and males or females and females? You’re going to love who you love, it’s inate. I also have a hard time believeing that God would make someone gay and then damn them to hell for it. The bible, which has been in the hands of corrupt, homosexual-fearing monarchies, has been changed somehow, I’m sure. Leviticus says that “Man and man is an abomination”, and this is the argument of many people. However, an abomination at that time didn’t mean sin, it meant unclean. Lev. also goes on to say that mixing fabrics and eating shellfish is one as well. God loves people as they are, I believe. Many Christian homosexuals will want to be married, and I see no problem with it.

  10. Colin on October 3rd, 2012 3:56 am

    My best friends gay and he’s getting married next month, Im so looking forward to the wedding. In this day and age we should’nt even be having these descussions.

  11. Harvey on December 20th, 2012 8:49 pm

    Gay straight or Bi, whats the difference people are people and if we want to marry the same sex whats the problem?????

  12. Jon on March 28th, 2013 3:22 pm

    In this day and age gay marriages should be globally acceptable

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