Conservatives On Gay Marriage

Steorts’s essay should provide conservative opponents of gay marriage with much to chew over, even if it does lean heavily on the sorts of egalitarian “fairness” arguments that often make

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Steorts’s essay should provide conservative opponents of gay marriage with much to chew over, even if it does lean heavily on the sorts of egalitarian “fairness” arguments that often make

The Difficulty with Republican Views on Gay Marriage As Republican National Chairman Reince Priebus pointed out, gay marriage is something that a higher and higher percentage of Americans support. Priebus warns Republicans to be more open to other views on the issue.

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Many of my fellow conservatives have an almost knee-jerk hostility toward gay marriage. This does not make sense, because same-sex unions promote the values conservatives prize.

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The Minnesota Senate recently voted to legalize same-sex marriage as Americans’ views of gay citizens continue to shift. In light of these events, Jonathan Rauch makes the conservative case for

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Led by conservative Justice and Reagan appointee, Anthony Kennedy, the Supreme Court ruled Friday, in a 5-4 decision, in favor of same-sex marriage. Despite the often binary depiction in the media

Speaking on Fox News Channel’s The Five, pundit Greg Gutfeld said that “gay marriage, in my opinion, is a conservative idea.” He noted that the left “generally hates traditions” and is

May 12, 2016 · Changing Attitudes on Gay Marriage. Public opinion on same-sex marriage. Far fewer conservatives (41%) support same-sex marriage. But like liberals and moderates, conservatives have also grown more supportive of same-sex marriage over time. Year Conservatives …

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Not everyone who opposes gay marriage is a "homophobe," and not everyone who opposes gay marriage "hates" people who are gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender. By branding the religious end of an entire conservative movement as "hateful," the people making such remarks come off as "hateful" of conservatives.

Marriage is the union of people who love each other. It should be legal for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals, to ensure equal rights for all. Support same-sex marriage.

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