Gay-Marriage legalized? FABULOUS!!
“Supreme Court has ruled that samesex couples have the constitutional right to
You read right. It is June 26, 2015, in Washington D.C. where the Supreme
Court has just legalized samesex marriage for people all around the country of
the United States of America! But before this event could take place; as it is
known for many years allowing gay couple’s marriage has been a controversial
situation for years. How gaymarriage was legalized was from 54 ruling in
Obergefell v. Hodges declares that the 14th Amendment requires all states to
perform samesex marriages and recognize samesex marriages performed in
other states. What happen was gay couple were requesting the right to be on his
husband’s death certificate but in Ohio they refused.
This is not the first time gay couples were rejected as many others have had
the same situation that have been taken to court. Finally the Supreme court make
a decision to whether or not to legalize samesex marriage. As there out outside
the supreme court there were a myriad crowds of people protesting for gayright
marriages. Many waiting for the Supreme Court Decision On June 26th, 2015 in
Washington D.C., United States, where the Supreme court made their decision
and voted to legalize gaymarriage. A day to reminisce forever to all of us.
My opinion in this event is I have always supported gay marriage. I believe
that there is nothing wrong with gaymarriage at all. It’s bassically two people
that are in love with each and just want eternal happiness just like a straight
couple. And oddly enough I am friends with a lot of people from different
countries and where I am here to who are gay. I remember one time though when
we were going to see my cousins conformation at Sac City, in Iowa. The bishop
was there and usually at this time he makes a speech towards the students, what
happened in the speech was more shocking for me in my point of view as he
starts saying that it is a sin to be gay and marrying the same sex is wrong, and
that you will go to hell for it… What made it worse was there was a gay person
who was in the room that does a lot of volunteer work for the church itself. It
surprised me because I believe that in my faith God wants us to love all and treat
everyone with kindness. Hearing that from a holy person with hateful words was
insidious to me.