It Has Been Almost A Year Since Same Sex Marriage Was Legalized In all 50 States
The debate of gay marriages has actually been an extremely hot political subject for many years Now all 50 states have to permit same sex marriage as of Friday, June 26, 2015 ruled by the Supreme Court. For a long time many states emphasized that marital relationship involves only a man and woman, not same-sexes and several states were unwilling to allow the same-sex marital relationships. While numerous states before didn’t allow same-sex marriage, there were several states that were sitting around going over the issue and even before the supreme court legalized gay marriage 37 states had already permitted sex marriages. Many couples who were defending their civil liberties have said that there is no difference in the method they run their houses compared to their heterosexual counterparts. Same sex marriage has always been a hot subject, and likely will continuously be a hot topic for several years ahead. Nonetheless, there is some relief to be consumed because for right now all 50 states have passed laws for same sex marriage.
“No union is more profound than marriage, for it embodies the highest ideals of love, fidelity, devotion, sacrifice and family,” Kennedy wrote. “In forming a marital union, two people become something greater than they once were.”
Public support for same-sex marriage recently went to a record high before the passing of it by the Supreme Court. We are basing this on a survey that initiated by the Church Bench Research Center. A 57 percent bulk of Americans said they sustained permitting gay marital relationship, and 39 percent opposed the problem. As lately as 5 years earlier, 42 percent of homeowners stated they preferred same-sex marital relationship and did not have a problem with it. It has definitely been a struggle and a fight for same sex marriage, but finally we have won the FIGHT!
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