It is true that everyone is equal under the law. This equality, however, is juridical, not biological. It does not and cannot eliminate the anatomical, physiological and psychological differences between the sexes, which create the conditions for marriage and constitute its natural foundation. Regarding marriage, juridical equality means that all those with the natural capacity to marry have the right to do so.
Why Are People Gay? Gay By Choice or Is Being Gay Genetic?
Why is Homosexuality Prohibited in Islam? - OnePath Network
Those opposed to homosexuality regularly describe being gay as a choice, despite all evidence to the contrary. But what is never explained is why people would make this choice in the first place. I work in the field of psychiatry. Because being gay is bad, apparently. That would be classed as a very sinister superpower.
Why is Homosexuality Prohibited in Islam?
The UK is on track to legalise same-sex marriage and on Wednesday France sees its first gay marriage. Like most people who don't think the universe should be set up to accommodate their personal preferences, I see this as a good thing. However, many do not, and their objections are getting louder and more surreal as the tide increasingly turns against them. While it is usually easy and entertaining to refute typical arguments against same-sex marriage, is there any scientific credibility to the view that same-sex marriage should not be allowed? Some possibilities are considered here.
One does not have to be a homophobe or bigot to believe that the Supreme Court made a tragic error today in creating out of thin air an imaginary right for gay marriage. After all, if gay marriage is a civil right, then anyone who opposes it is guilty of a civil rights violation. We have already seen bakeries, florists, and wedding chapels sued and, in some cases, put out of business because of their refusal to participate in gay wedding ceremonies. Expect these suits to accelerate exponentially now that progressives have been emboldened and armed with a Supreme Court decision.