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Gay Marriage Ever since I can remember I was raised on the belief that gay marriage was wrong for our society. Being raised by my father and grandparents in a catholic house the general impression of homosexuality that I came across was that it was not only wrong but was also sinful. On the other hand my mother who I didn’t see very often but still kept in touch with was completely alright with homosexuality. Growing up my parents never forced their own beliefs onto me and let me choose to think on my own, but in this case when homosexuality was not accepted in the house I lived in, I also chose to not accept it. At this point I was still very young and these beliefs were based on pure ignorance. However as I grew older and gained some life experience my thoughts on homosexuality also matured, and would eventually be molded into the exact opposite of what I was raised to believe. As a kid I always had a love for music, and wanted to grow up to be a rock star. My favorite band at the time happened to be Queen, I looked up to Brian May and Freddy Mercury like they were gods and hoped to one day be like them. Without knowing it at the time their influence on me would be my first lesson in accepting homosexuality. When I was around seven years old I asked my mother why Queen was no longer around
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