Gay Marriage

Focus: The effect of the text is to present a justification for gay behavior and gay marriage.   The author supports his theory by claiming that gay sex holds the same religious divinity as normal sex.

Persuasive Intent: The purpose is to redefine gay life and to therefore justify gay life.

Entertainment value: The author uses an intellectual argument to illustrate that sex and human relationships are common to all people and should be treated equally.

Focus: The focus of the text is to say that gay sex is a holy sacrament.

Opening:   Opening was direct and spelled out the main points of the argument.

Organization:   The text is not highly organized in a logical fashion.   The arguments presented do not bear logical validity and the disorganization tends to remove the reader from logical analysis.

Closing:   The closing was rambling and would not be effective in changing the opinion of the reader; the reader would maintain the same opinion which was held before hearing the conclusion.

Transitions: Transitions were not solid and contributed to the disorganization of the presentation.   The author is trying to present himself a brilliant but in truth is trying to baffle us with his bull shit.

Personal voice: I read the damned thing, I didn’t hear it.

Creative: The text is creative in its poor logic.   The author claims the divine nature of heterosexual marriage is derived from the differences between men and women.   Next, the claim is made that homosexuals are different from heterosexuals; therefore, homosexual behavior holds the same divine nature as a heterosexual marriage.   The author is taking the qualities of the whole and trying to apply them to the qualities of the individual parts; differences between men and women are not the same value as differences between heterosexuals and homosexuals.

Sound quality: These instructions do not apply and are not the real assignment.   Maybe you should just skip over this B.S.