Hey guys, well I thought this is a very important subject. So I decided I would write a little blog about it.
Personally, I think that if two people love each other, no matter what gender they are, they have the right to be together. If they love each other enough to decide to get married, they should be able to. It's not "against nature" or any of that crap. Love is love, whether you are gay, straight, bisexual, black, white... you could be blue and have both male and female parts, and you should still be given the right to love and marry and have a family with whoever you wish.
A friend of mine said that she isn't against same sex marriage, but she is against same sex adoption and parenting. Her argument is that naturally, they wouldn't be able to have kids, so they shouldn't.
I respect her opinion, and in some way she is right. Naturally, they wouldn't be able to have children. But my answer to that is, aren't there thousands and millions of different sex marriages, that naturally can not have kids? For what ever reason, one or both bodies are not capable of having children. So, we end up with two couples, couple 1 (same sex) and couple 2 (different sex), and neither can have kids. What makes couple 1 and couple 2 different in any way whatsoever in adoption? Both will give the child unconditional love and care, both will provide the child with whatever it needs to be able to learn and develop. Whats the difference whether the child grows up with two moms/dads, or one mum and one dad?