The article I read about gay marriage is one that does not support it. The authors discuss how gay marriage will destroy our society and that heterosexual couples are the best way to raise kids. They provide five grounds to support their claim. These include religious freedom, rights of children, traditional marriage, education, and husbands. I will not elaborate on each one but the article goes into further detail. One of the sections discussing the rights of children states that, "more children living in gay homes means more children living lives absent a relationship with at least one biological parent". This is assuming that children can't be happy with two parents of the same gender, which is untrue. The same amount of love is shown for a child if it's a man and a woman, two men, or two women. Another piece of support I wanted to focus on was the husbands. The article is focusing on the reproduction of kids and genetics and not about the love given to children and the alternative options it provides. Husbands allow for more children to be adopted and placed in a loving home. Even though neither of them is biologically connected to the issue, they are still legally responsible for that child through the adoption process. In my opinion, gay marriage will not corrupt our society. It gives way for change and development. Society is constantly changing and new generations are becoming more accepting of people and their individuality. Some may consider a heterosexual marriage to be tradition, but traditions break. The article also noted, "A recent Newsday editorial said opponents 'will be seen by future generations in much the same light as those who opposed school desegregation'". I think this statement is very true. People always look back and wonder why people acted the way they did. Generations change and the views they hold do as well. Do you agree with this article? Are the arguments they make valid and what do you think the future holds for gay marriage?