“Honoring the Bible”
Bridget Ellis
Informal Logic PHI 103
Professor Martin  
October 4th, 2013

When I was a younger, I was invited to a gay marriage of Harold and Greg, the wedding was in the backyard of their home. They held hands, hugged, and kissed each other with tearful eyes during the whole time of their wedding.   I noticed parents of Harold and Greg who watched their weddingangrily. They suddenly became frustrated, separated their hands, and yelled at their sons for their immoral marriage. After two months, Harold's family moved to Phoenix so Harold and Greg could not see each other. Living in a harsh environment of Phoenix, Harold quickly adapted to the fast pace of life and started dating a lady, by the name Kimberly. Now, I look back at Harold’s life. I realized that their parents were totally correct for preventing the gay marriage. Gay marriage should not be legalized because it increases the risk of becoming HIV positive, does not line up with what the bible says, and it destroys the meaning of family.
First of all, gay marriage increases the chance of getting diseases. Homosexual activities are the major causes of sexual diffusion diseases such as HIV and AIDS, gonorrhea, hepatitis types B and C, and syphilis. According to a revision done by Center for Disease Control in 2012, 48 percent of AIDS cases in America are homosexual men and 80 percent of HIV cases are gay. Furthermore, in the article "Reclaiming HIV as a 'Gay' Disease," The Gay & Lesbian Review" written by John-Manuel Andriote in 2012, reveals the studies repeatedly demonstrate that people who marry tend to be better off financially, emotionally, psycho universally an improvement , but generally legalized gay marriage will ultimately prove beneficial for gay individuals. This, in turn, will be better for gay where gays live. About half of people in the U.S. support gay marriage, far less than those who are otherwise supportive of legally enforced gay rights (about 75%). This means...

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