Love Has No Limits

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“No matter what pain you’ve been through, tears will dry, broken hearts will heal and somewhere a person who truly cares in waiting for you” – Anonymous. This quote ties in with love. Over the years, people have been fighting for the right to marry whoever they wish. Some states allowed gay marriage while others didn’t, but on 2015 the Supreme Court passed a law saying all states must allow same-sex marriage. People have the right to marry whomever they please, so what’s the big deal. People close to me are either gay or bisexual, so knowing that maybe they couldn’t marry would break my heart.In America today there are many celebrities and famous people that no one knew was gay. Gray Studd was a congressman in 1983, and he became the first openly gay congressman. Neil Patrick Harris is known for being on the television show How I Met Your Mother and many other movies and shows. He has been married to his husband for only a year now. Another celebrity is Queen Latifah. When gay marriage was legalized in all states, she and Macklemore (a rapper) sang his song “Same Love” and after the song, he hosted a wedding for some of the gay couples and took them on stage while Queen Latifah read them their vows. Ellen Page from the movie Inception walked out onto the red carpet with her girlfriend. Page didn’t come out until after gay marriage was legalized.These famous celebrities had the guts to come out knowing some fans would hate them, and they would get judged in magazines, but they don’t care. Love shouldn’t have to be hidden. It show be embraced and show all the haters that love will always win. Eleven Native American tribes have recognized gay marriage. Also The Netherlands became the first country to legalize same-sex marriage in 2001.On November 18th, 2003 Massachusetts were the first state to legalize gay marriage. Statics show that people from 18-29 are more in favor of allowing gay marriage while the 38 percent of seniors between 65 and over are opposed to it. The “newer” generation is influenced by everything that’s happening, and most don’t read the Bible. The seniors were taught to hate gays. They grew up in the generation where it was okay to hate anyone that was different, but times are changing. Young adults make their own rules.

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