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Is the Gay Marriage debate about Gay Marriage or whether or not the gov. should regulate consentual marriage?
Is the gay marriage debate about gay marriage or is it about whether or not the government should regulate consensual marriage?
It's different for all people. When I talk about it, I talk about the government regulating marriage. My strictly Christian classmate on the other hand, talks about the marriage itself.
What Constitutional Amendments could relate to a gay marriage debate?
On tuesday after MLK day, we're having a debate about proposition 8.

I'm in the group thats FOR gay marriage. what are some amendments that would help the cause (ie...equal rights?)
Not a single one. States rights would apply to gay marriage. Look at your State's constitution.
Have any ideas for a Gay Marriage Debate?
My friends and I have to do a debate on pro's and con's of gay marriage. We have some details but for the debate 2 of us are pros and the other 2 are cons. Any ideas on what to talk about?? It turns out that it has to be 10 mins long.
She wants ideas....... just list a few things. she doesnt want to debate you on it. she just wants the ideas so we can make our debate what good is it if you just try to debate her? and if you can give websites too that would help.
How plausible of a solution is this to the gay marriage debate?
More than likely, it's nothing original.
What if the word "marriage" was removed in entirety; no "marriage" at all, gay or straight. Instead, all homosexual and heterosexual life-term relationships would have the same rights, just under a different word or phrase (such as "Civil Union" or whatever) and the term marriage could be left to the interpretation of the individual/the individuals faith.
You're on the right track. Marriage is a civil contract anymore, which may or may not incluede a religious component. So long as both partnership contracts confer the very same rights and responsibilities, I'm coolwiddat.

The only problem would be the squawking when gays and lesbians start referring to their partnerships as marriages. If we leave the term marriage to the interpretation of the individual/individual's faith, then it is inevitable that there will be some outcry. Would that it were not so, alas, it is so.
How's this as a solution for solving the gay marriage debate?
Since religion is supposed to be sepparate from goverment, and people are so sure marriage is a religious undertaking, why not make to where any couple that desides to form a permanent bond is officially declared a 'domestic partnership' and take 'marriage' out of goverment and leave it to churches to declare that..
Problem solved.
Wait. Why in the world is government in the business of recognizing personal relationships?

If the couple wants to form a corporation and sign contracts, then that is already covered by contract law.

Otherwise, the government ought to get out of the marriage and domestic partnership business altogether.
What are the main points of the gay marriage debate?
For instance, morality, sanctity of marriage, the constitution permits it or doesn't....I'm writing an argumentative essay and I don't really want to use the constitution, so what are some more ideas.
Maybe this will help:

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Who is driving the "gay marriage debate" - liberals or conservatives?
I personally think all the current petitions on marriage definition ammendments are being put on the ballot by conservatives...

So why is it that many people percieve the marriage issues to be propelled by the left?
I agree it is the Republicans (I won't call them Conservatives). They use it as tool to fire up their base. When they have nothing else, they use god, guns and gays to rile up Americans to get out and vote against their best interests.
Is the gay marriage debate over?
It seems that most politicians have agreed that the government can not deny rights to homosexual couples. I know that there are many who would want to see gays rounded up and shipped to Gitmo but they are few and far in between. The MAJORITY of people understand that gays and lesbians should have equal tax rights, etc.

The only debate now is whether we should call it "marriage". I find that very silly. I personally don't care what you call it, as long as it is called the same thing for all Americans.

Your thoughts?
See National Pride at Work, Inc v. Governor of Michigan (2008) 748 N.W.2d 524.

The people of Michigan voted to ban gay marriage, with a statute that said "the union of one man and one woman in marriage shall be the only agreement recognized as a marriage or similar union FOR ANY PURPOSE."

When governmental agencies and organizations, including the University of Michigan, tried to offer health insurance benefits to same-sex couples in domestic partnerships, they WEREN'T ALLOWED TO. Not that they didn't want to, and there were allowed to refuse the benefits. The organizations weren't allowed to provide the benefits to gay couples if they wanted to. Last year. 2008.

26 states have changed their constitutions to prohibit gay marriage. 17 states have prohibited gay marriage by passing statutes. The debate is not over.


Additional note: all those people who think a straight hands-up-or-down vote (no pun intended) would end the debate in favor of gay marriage are sadly mistaken... 26 states have had referendum votes to prohibit it, I'm pretty sure NO states have legitimized it through referendum.

Additionally, those who think the title doesn't matter prove their own argument wrong. It's a little ironic that the same debate that has never seemed to have a good answer (If we love each other, why get married? what will a piece of paper do? If we love each other, why not get married and declare our love in front of everyone and commit ourselves to the future? why do you care if it doesn't matter? if it doesn't matter, why do you want it so much?) basically applies here as well. If you don't think titles mean anything, why do you care if its called "marriage"?

The fact that you care if it is called "marriage "means that there is a fundamental difference between something that is called marriage and something that is called something else ("civil union" "domestic partnership") and that is exactly the reason why the title is important, and worth fighting for. Otherwise, this second-class status that you already hold in your head (hence your reticence to call it "marriage") will be enacted into law, preserving the inequity indefinitely.
I have the solution to the gay marriage debate?
Legalize gay marriage and just change the definition to man and woman uniting...
That is not a solution. I have a solution.

The government, being secular, should only recognize civil unions. ALL marriages should be called civil unions by the government. Civil unions would have all the same rights and responsibilities that marriages are granted now.

Marriage would be a religious ceremony and individual religions could decide if they allow certain couples to be married in their god's eyes. This would have no affect on the government's recognition of civil unions.

Thus the religious would still have their union before their "god" and all people would have the same rights within the government.

THAT is a solution
A Solution of the Gay Marriage Debate?
Here's how to settle the gay marriage issue: legalize gay marriage so that "marriage equality" can be established, but ban gay divorce so that no gays will ever get married. Both sides then gets what they want. Any supporters?
::blink::blink::

and this would solve the injustice by doing another injustice that leads to yet more inequality...wow. In the land of zeros you must be a genius.

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