In some countries like Netherlands, Denmark and so on, same-sex unions are now legally acceptable.
Urgent debates have now arisen between the homosexual community supported by the pro-gay rights activists who argue for the rights of same-sex citizens to be married just the same as heterosexual marriages; and the religious, social, moral and political authorities who do not support same-sex marriages. The legalization of same-sex marriages is thus an issue of common and urgent concern, and all voices must be heard before making a legal judgment in this situation.
In the present situation of homosexual promiscuity especially in the gay community, and the looming threat of AIDS, same sex marriage may just be the solution. It would promote monogamy, thus reigning in the danger of fatal diseases, as well as setting up an ideal for the community where two people publicly vow their life-long commitment to each other. This will also give both gay and lesbian communities a sense of being accepted. A large number of these individuals whether from gay or lesbian communities have made significant contributions to society and enforcing their right to marry would give them the freedom to live respectable lives as married couples in mainstream society. ...Show more