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FYS Questions - Is the concept of civil unions “separate...

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Why oppose same sex marriage? Why for same sex marriage? Why civil unions? Even though gay activists claim same sex marriage is a “civil right”, how can marriage be denied to any coupling or group? What would stop single parents from marrying in groups to receive benefits together? Should same sex couples receive same rights as married heterosexual couples do? Why or why not? Are the rights of same sex couples being infringed by not allowing them to marry legally? Where do you draw the line with the separation of church and state? What are your real reasons for opposing same sex marriage (if you do)?
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