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@8ZY2RKD from New York answered…2mos

Yes but I will support civil unions not marriage because marriage is between a man and a woman

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@9334YP3 answered…5mos

No, it is a contradiction in terms and therefore impossible to legalize, since the definition of marriage is the legal union of one man and one woman for life.

@92T3ZDG from Kentucky answered…5mos

@92SRCMY from California answered…5mos

its a person's choice and I don't really see nothing wrong with it, it doesn't hurt me

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@92PZ3CR from Indiana answered…5mos

 @928PJ8Q from California answered…5mos

@925J4Q8 from Missouri answered…6mos

 @ForWheelen from Florida answered…7mos

I believe marriage as a sacred thing between a man and a woman, but a partner, same sex or otherwise should never be denied end of life decisions, inheritances etc. They should have all the rights a married couple enjoy

@8ZLD3KV from Oklahoma answered…7mos

Yes, and same-sex couples should receive the same benefits that opposite-couples receive.

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@8VC7WDN from North Carolina answered…1yr

Although I personally do not support homosexuality, it is a settled issue. However stronger emphasis should be made on one man, one woman.

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Marriage is a consensual agreement between two adults. The government has no say in the matter.

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@8TH2QWQ from Oklahoma answered…1yr

Yes, people should be allowed to marry who ever they want to marry no matter their sexuality.

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Yes, marriage is a consensual agreement between two consenting adults. The government should have no say in it.

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Government should stay out of marriage. Marriage is a consensual agreement between two adults.

@DavidTveraas from Washington answered…1yr

The definition of marriage should be civilly agreed upon by the parties participating and not defined by the government at all, but same-sex couples should be treated equally with opposite-sex couples

@4NJR28J answered…1yr

I don't support it per se, but I do support the civil liberties of those who choose who they love.

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@6HQ4HQ5 from Florida answered…2yrs

It should be left up to the states and not the federal government. But states that don't want it, should still honor same sex marriage licenses from states that allow it, and not discriminate same sex couples from state tax laws

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@8QRCFQP from Tennessee answered…2yrs

@8QPW6L2 from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

@8QHRLTL from Georgia answered…2yrs

It does not matter to me whether or not it is legalized, it does not affect my life.

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Yes, the government has no right in making these decisions. Two consensual adults agreeing to marry should be the basis of marriage.

@8QKJ7R9 from Texas answered…2yrs

No, marriage should be defined as between a man and woman. Civil unions make it seem acceptable to move in together, which leads to sin and the destruction of souls and the country.

@8QB4L7Q from New York answered…2yrs

Like abortion, the Constitution does not refer to marriage and therefore it should be not manipulated into doing so...it should be left up to the States

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Marriage should be a consensual agreement between two adults, so yes. Keep the government out of these kinds of decisions.

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Marriage should be a consensual agreement between two adults; so yes.

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Get the government put of marriage. It should be a consensual agreement between two adults.

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although marriage is between a man and a woman, the government should stay out of marriage regardless.

@8PTQ54W from New York answered…2yrs

Yes, everyone should be able to marry any person they choose regardless of gender

@8PRBVSN from GU answered…2yrs

@8PK69PX from Washington answered…2yrs

Any 2 people above 18 and above should be able to get married without involving any government.

@8PJHVJN from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

Completely against LGBTQ+ rights, but this should be decided by ballot referendum

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Marriage should be an agreement between two consenting adults; get politics out of private life.

@8NXSCW2 from Texas answered…2yrs

@8NTZM4X from Nevada answered…2yrs

Yes, allow the same sex marriage and allow them to have ceremonies in the churges or wherever they want it.

@6HDD83R from California answered…2yrs

Permanently and irrevocably ban all non-heterosexual or asexual sexual and romantic orientations in predominantly and potentially predominantly Republican states, U.S. territories, counties and county-equivalents, Washington D.C., cities, towns, villages, Indian reservations, Census Designated Areas (CDP's) and other unincorporated areas and unincorporated communities, etc

@6HDD83R from California answered…2yrs

Permanently and irrevocably ban all non-heterosexual or asexual sexual and romantic orientations in predominantly and potentially predominantly Republican states, U.S. territories, counties and county-equivalents, Washington D.C., cities, towns, villages, Indian reservations, Census Designated Areas (CDP's) and other unincorporated areas and unincorporated communities, etc.

@8NLKXJQ from Utah answered…2yrs

I don’t agree with same-sex marriage, but the government shouldn’t control who can marry who.

@8MMFD8C from North Carolina answered…2yrs

i do not support same sex marriage but if a states allows it, the couple can get married if they want.

@KatieSMudd from Kentucky answered…2yrs

Yes, but allow places of worship to refuse same-sex ceremonies. CHRISTIANITY IS NOT THE ONLY RELIGION IN WHICH SAME-SEX MARRIAGE COULD BE FROWNED UPON.

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