1 Gay marriage is a way to demonstrate the validity
of human rights in different countries, states and
1.1 It allows people to express their sexuality and
identity at the same time.
2 Arguing that if it should be legal or not is extremely
important because it proves the ideological development
in all the people, in today's society and in the modern
2.1 Demonstrates the discriminatory or retrograde
thinking of some people because of "religious" or taught
reasons from home grounds.
3 On June 26, 2015, the US Supreme Court ruled that gay
marriage is a right protected by the US Constitution in all
50 states. Prior to their decision, same-sex marriage was
already legal in 37 states and Washington DC, but was
banned in the remaining 13.
3.1 This is one of the most important events from long
ago, back in in the 70s and 80s when the LGBT
community in the United States protested
demanding equality and justice for their rights.
4 Denying some people the option to marry is
discriminatory and creates a second class of citizens.
4.1 It makes people feel the LGBT community as second-class
citizens, desecrating their rights and equality they
deserve in society.
5 Same-sex couples should have access to the
same benefits enjoyed by heterosexual
5.1 It's a matter of equality to the State and to
6 Legalizing gay marriage will not harm the
institution of marriage, and same-sex marriages
may even be more stable than heterosexual
6.1 The fact that are marriages between
same-sex couples does not affect people who
are heterosexual or their own marriages.