Homosexual marriages: The issues.

@kevchua (1004)
July 22, 2009 12:50am CST
Homosexual marriages were not heard of before, but in some western countries, people are talking about it. A few have done it. I've nothing against homosexual marriages as it's their choice except that they can't have their own families, which is not a big deal to me either. That gives rise to a new definition of "getting married" - how is it defined now? What do you and your society think about such "bizarre" marriages?
3 responses
• Philippines
22 Jul 09
Homosexual marriages, one of most important issues because it promotes the idea that Sodomy is not sin. Of course the Bible is very specific about this particular sin calling it abomination.
• China
22 Jul 09
since it is accepted that marriage is free and personal, why cannot homosexual marriage exist? times are changing, and so are our concepts of love and marriage. only if two people want to live together and set up home without violating the law and harming anybody, why cannot we tolerate their choice and cohabit with them in harmony? everyone has the right to make their choice, what we need to do is to give our best wishes to them.
• Estonia
22 Jul 09
I have nothing against this kind of marriages as long as homosexuals don't try to adopt children - it would be really harmful for children to have two daddies.