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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Same Sex Marriage


Glubis Valdivieso said...

i think i might be the one throwing tomatoes and eggs at them too, but at the same time i would feel bad for throwing them. I'm still kind of not sure if i would agree with the whole legalizing same-sex marriage.

Anonymous said...

Thats sad. This is one of the less awful things gay people have to face. I've heard of people being beaten to death because they were gay. Literally to death. I don't understand why people get so upset about someone elses sexuality. And I'm appalled by the hate crimes people commit. I also dont see why gays cant get married. Love is love is love. Everyone whos against it needs to be less closed minded and learn about acceptance. What if it was you? What if you couldnt marry the person you love or be with them without everyone getting all upset about it?

Rebecca Johnson 4049

Anonymous said...

live and let live, not for me to judge.
Jason Walden com 101 4044

Anonymous said...

Im not against gay marriage. One of the reasons being is that although many people may believe that gay marriage is against Christian beliefs, marriage does not only belong to Christians. If a church doesn't want to allow a gay couple to marry within their church that's fine. But there is a reason that there is supposed to be a separation of religion and state. There are many governement recognized marriages that are not recognized by realigions, i.e Catholics who do not marry in a Catholic church.

Jesse Steele
Com 101
Sec 4080

Anonymous said...

I agree with Rebecca. It's ridiculous how some people treat others. They will never stop just because you say so. People need to catch up with the times and realize we are a complex society with many different types of people. It's morally wrong to judge people based on their beliefs.
Brent Wilson
Com101 4080

Brian Rosa Hernandez COM 101 4044 said...

idk what i would do. i say let em be but at the moment idk if ill be the one throwing garbage at them

Anonymous said...

"It's very dear to me, the issue of gay marriage. Or as I like to call it: 'MARRIAGE.' You know, because i had lunch this afternoon, not GAY lunch. I parked my car; I didn't GAY park it." - Liz Feldman

Arianna Greager COM101 4080

Anonymous said...

To each there own and who are we to judge any body else.

Chris Wynn 4044

Anonymous said...

Yet with the marriage of Kim Kardashian and Khris Humphreys they welcomed it open arms and giving them luxurious gifts and celebration. Thank marriage lasted with a blink of an eye. Yup gay people are ruining marriage.

Alberto Sayson
Com101 4080

Anonymous said...

The first step to a better America, a better future for us and our children, and a peaceful planet of co-existence is acceptance. The sooner we learn to embrace each other for our differences, find the positives in every situation, begin to accept things that we cannot change and find a mutual respect for others...our world will finally know true peace and prosper once again.

Jaimie Kurtz
Com 101 4080

Anonymous said...

I do not have a problem with marriage of the same sex. I think they should have the same rights as us.
-Johana Mayorquin HUM/114-

Anonymous said...

This is a topic very dear to me. Gay marriage has and will keep coming up through the ranks. With several states now having legalized gay marriage, only more will do the same, I hope. When I grow older, I would like to be able to marry my wife. Just because I'm gay, doesnt give me any less right to that. It's sad most people around the world can't see past who another person decides to love.