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Annotated Bibliography Topic: Gay Marriages Gay Research Institute "Getting the Facts: Same-sex Marriage, 2012 Web. 02 Apr. 2012. This source had argued on how and why same-sex is poison for us. It highlights a few main points that help us get a better visual on the physical, yet emotional hazards on gay marriages. While, staying on the same topic of measuring the relationships of homosexual and heterosexual traditional marriages on which is more healthier and last longer. To summarize how homosexuals hurt more than help in this world, it tells us why they shouldn’t raise children. Family Research Institution is a nonprofit organization. It helps by providing debatable family issues. Regardless, the writer makes discourteous claims. For example, this source identifies all gay relationships with marriages, which isn't showing a fair train of thought. This article is very sketchy on its sources as well. During the reading, you skim through a few of the sources being stated as broad as " For example, one study from 1993 simply claims that gays from Spain practiced riskier sex with their regular partners than with casual pick-ups." In the previous sentence alone, not alone is it questionable. It doesn’t explain any further than what you read. As in, "riskier sex". While this article twisted the truthfulness about same sex relationships. Topic: Gay Rights Karaim, Reed. "Gay Rights." CQ Global Researcher 1 Mar. 2011: 107-32. Web. 22 Apr. 2012.
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