The main argument put forward in favour of altering the definition of marriage as being between a man and woman is that this discriminates against relationships between individuals of the same sex and hence constitutes a violation of their right to have their relationship recognised as having equal value. The question now becomes one of determining whether the argument is sound, since it appears to be a valid argument - that is, assuming the premises from which it begins are true, the conclusion is true. On the other hand, if any of the premises are false, then the conclusion is false, though the argument is still valid since the form of the argument is valid. It is another matter whether the argument is sound. It is not sound if any of the premises are false, since the conclusion will not be true. This premise is false.
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Why We Oppose Same-Sex Marriage
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Our content is free to read but not free to produce. If you can help, support us today. In rallying in opposition to marriage reform, religious campaigners claim that their arguments are grounded in reason and common sense. But take a closer look and you'll spot the homophobia, says Jason Wakefield. I have been told my natural urges are a choice. I have been told I do not deserve equal rights. I have even been told I am going to hell.
Arguments Against Gay Marriage: Marriage Is for Procreation
Subscriber Account active since. Marriage is an institution so valued in virtually every society, modern or ancient, that it always has been easy to rally public support against challenges to it. No state had previously even hinted at that, and the reaction of defenders of marriage was swift and widespread.
In , the Australian government legislated to prohibit 'gay marriage'; the religious right had lobbied vigorously for passage of this legislation. Drawing on Durkheim's theory of sacred and profane, this paper examines the argument proffered by right-wing Christians that allowing legalised unions between lesbians and between gay men would seriously undermine the institution of marriage and the family. Claims about the spectre of gays and lesbians marrying reveal a deeper unease about the status of heterosexual marriage and the nuclear family.