Everyone seemed to think it was good when the government “legalized” gay marriage, but was it really?
Shouldent the governemnt stay out of the bedroom? Should they really be involved in marriage at all? Why cant people who are in love just say they are “married” and have whatever ceremony they want? Why does the government need to sign a piece of paper to validate feelings?
Also, even if my dreams of abolishing government sanctioned marriage are too “far out”, the point still stands, was gay marriage “legalization” the landmark decision people made it out to be? Realisticly, there was still nothing preventing gay people from being in love and getting married without the damn government. All it would mean is less tax benifits, but even then all that is really is a perk.
How does everyone else feel about this though?