So when alternative couples started asking for the legal right to marry, I didn't see the harm. I didn't see the point either- I mean, really, do you HAVE to have a marriage license to prove you love each other?
But I guess I was wrong. I would never side for male/female marriage just based on religion, but I came across a very compelling article that entirely changed how I view marriage.
I won't repeat the info because it's relatively short and you can read it yourself. Here's a link. Read it and tell me if it changes how you feel about same-sex marriages. Anyone who has been in a committed relationship can tell you that it's difficult, but when children are involved (as they are in most heterosexual relationships) there is a lot at stake (for the individual children and society at large.)