Gay marriage inevitable
The year is shaping up as a big one for same-sex marriage. Last week, the Washington state Legislature passed a bill allowing gay marriage, and legislatures in Maryland and New Jersey may follow suit shortly though New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has promised a veto. North Carolina and Minnesota are conducting referendums this year on constitutional amendments to bar gay marriage, and Maine is likely to conduct a referendum on legalizing it. On Tuesday, the U. Because its ruling was so narrow that it may not be applicable outside California, theU.
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Gay Marriage Is Not Inevitable
Gingrich: Gay Marriage Inevitable and All Good! - The Hollywood Gossip
Nearly two-thirds of Americans believe legalized same-sex marriage in the U. According to the findings, 64 percent of American adults believe same-sex marriage will become legal, whether or not they believe in it. A Gallup poll last December showed that 53 percent of Americans support gay marriage. Christians, however, are split on their support of gay marriage. Only 19 percent of white evangelical Protestants favor gay marriage, according to the Pew poll; Catholics are the most in favor of same-sex marriage among Christian groups, at 54 percent. Fred Sainz, vice president of communications for the Human Rights Campaign, said gay marriage is no longer a question of if, but when.
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Rush Limbaugh: Regardless of Supreme Court Ruling Gay Marriage Is 'Inevitable'
A couple of hundred same-sex couples in California flock to the justice of the peace -- why should anybody care? The second most powerful argument is its twin sister: Gay marriage is inevitable, so stop worrying about it. Oddly, at the moment of its greatest apparent victory, the consequences of gay marriage are becoming ever more clear. As the gay marriage movement becomes more confident of inevitable victory, it is also becoming more open and explicit about what gay marriage will mean for the rest of us.
The consensus among college students regarding the legalization of gay marriage? It will happen -- it's just a matter of when. According to the Chronicle of Higher Education , a new study released by the Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA indicated that even a significant portion of college students who describe themselves as far-right support same-sex marriage. Twenty-four percent of the most conservative college students say that same-sex couples should have the right to legal marital status, according to the institute's most recent survey of freshmen, conducted last summer and fall. Over all, 65 percent of the college freshmen surveyed last fall supported same-sex marriage, compared with 58 percent of Americans 18 to 29 years old and 39 percent of the population nationwide, according to the Pew research groups' study.