Gay Marriage

Gay Marriage

Introduction: With a tremendous amount of discussions regarding legalization of the same sex marriage and the gay, bisexual, lesbian and transgender rights which is known as the LGBT’s community.

Thesis statement: “Gay marriage should be accepted around the world.

“TOPIC 1: Love is unconditional which gives all the more reason why gay marriage should be accepted.

Main Idea: Everyone that is for gay marriage believe that the aspects of love vary greatly, whether there is a difference in age, interest or religion. Then why would being gay/lesbian/trans evoke a problem?

Supporting Detail 1: Most probability samples used to study individuals in same-sex relationships have not been designed to assess relationship dynamics or other psychosocial variables (e.g., social support, stress) that influence relationships; thus, these data sets do not include measures that are most central to the study of close relationships, and they do not include measures specific to same-sex couples (e.g., minority stressors, legal policies) that may help explain any group differences that emerge. Ex.  People who are in same-sex relationships if they are to produce valid results and/or allow comparison of results across studies, both of which are necessary to inform sound public policy (Bates & DeMaio, 2013DiBennardo & Gates, 2014).

TOPIC 2: “Traditional” married couple is given without hesitation. The U.S government

grants these rights to legally married couples of men and women.

Main Idea: Confusion in society spreads easily to the church.

Supporting detail: To help bring a biblical perspective to these discussions at the beginning ‘made them male and female,’ and said, ‘For this reason a man shall leave his father and mother, be joined to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh’?” So, Jesus declares that in the first marriage and in every marriage since, it is God himself who joins particular members of the opposite sex together in a natural relation unlike any other. (EDITH M. HUMPHREY/SEPTEMBER 1, 2004)