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Why Does USA Generally Have Less Strict Gay Marriage Laws Than Most Of Europe?From Other - Politics & Government Forum:
Why does USA generally have less strict gay marriage laws than most of Europe? Only 11 countries allow gay marriage, and 14 allow gay marriage in some jurisdictions, (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Same-sex_marriage#China ) USA being one of them. There are 50 countries in Europe. I noticed that Europeans seem more open to the idea of gay marriage than Americans, and seem to vote on it more, yet most of Europe bans it. Why does USA generally have less strict gay marriage laws than most of Europe even though Europeans are more likely to support gay? Thoughts? * Only 11 countries allow gay marriage, and *3 others* allow gay marriage in some jurisdictions,
Answer: Euro-humans are more comfortable with sex than is the average Americo-human.
Where Can I Find Websites Of Peoples Letters Or Comments About Gay Marriage Laws In New York?From Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Forum:
where can I find websites of peoples letters or comments about gay marriage laws in new york? I am doing a project on gay marriage laws in new york for my participation in government class and I need 10 articles with different views on the topic can you please help me
Answer: ever heard of google?
What Could States Change Without Violating The Th Amendment?From Civic Participation Forum:
What could states change without violating the Th amendment? I'm trying to figure out what states could change as examples for a project. I've heard that certain states can change gay marriage laws, marijuana, but nothing I could bring to school :) Any ideas? ~fertilizer limits ~animal issues ~farm transportation ~anything?! Thanks.
Answer: given the current liberal interpretation of the Commerce Clause, states can't change much of anything
How Interested Are You In What'S Going On In The Us Right Now?From Current Events Forum:
How interested are you in what's going on in the US right now? Politics, bullying, the increase in CA's teachers being arrested for child molestation, the gay marriage laws, etc... How interested are you, and do you take an active part for what you believe in? Or do you watch passively from your couch? Do you actively seek out information or just believe everything the news shows you without question? The lack of answers is an answer in itself, and that's sad.
Answer: As an American I am very interested, but I would not expect citizens of other countries to be as interested.
Are The Canadian Churches Required By Law To Perform Homosexual Marriage Ceremonies?From Law & Ethics Forum:
Are the Canadian Churches required by law to perform homosexual marriage ceremonies? Do they have a choice or not with the adoption of gay marriage laws? Are they able to still choose whom they may marry or not in their religious ceremonies? What freedoms if any have been lost by churches to your knowledge? No guesses please just law or facts only. Is the Canadian government not only dictating doctrine to churches, but to religious schools, and to individuals? How? I realize that there have been some hate speech law suits but what does the law state?
Answer: In Canada, 3 publishers, several news/feature writers and even a photographer have been fined heavily and even imprisoned for failing to cow tow to the homosexual requests which violated their religious and conscientious beliefs. More yet for publication of things the homosexuals could construe as not positive toward gays and lesbians, and therefore hate speech. If pastors are not being prosecuted yet for preaching the Bible and refusing to perform services which violate it, then it is only because the gay supremacist lobby in Canada does not yet feel confident enough to try to make it happen.
What Is The Actual Process Of Gay Marriage?From Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Forum:
What is the actual process of gay marriage? Like what do you have to do? Say my specific state (NJ) doesn't have a gay marriage law, can I go to another state and be married and it still counts? Can I get an actual marriage license first and then have a ceremony?
Answer: In the states that have legalized gay marriage the process is the same as for a straight couple. Generally speaking you have to apply for and receive a marriage license prior to the ceremony. If your state has not legalized gay marriage then a marriage in any state which has will (most likely) NOT be recognized in your state. There are a few states (NY maybe) that do recognize gay marriage performed in states where it is legal. Be aware though that even if you get married in a state where gay marriage is legal it is still NOT recognized on a federal level. This means you cannot file joint federal taxes; have access to your spouse's Social Security benefits etc etc.
Are Anti-Gay Marriage Laws Violating Sexual Discrimination Laws?From Law & Ethics Forum:
Are anti-gay marriage laws violating sexual discrimination laws? Do we have conflicting agendas in government with anti-sexual discrimination laws and anti-gay marriage laws? In a uncommon case, would hermaphrodites be able to claim sexual discrimination if physical sex is the only criteria considered for sexual discrimination? Is it appropriate to limit sex to only physically visible criteria and disregard mental, chemical, and other non-visible criteria?
Answer: No, because a person's sexual orientation is not their sex. Evan Eastman, head of the Polo Sci Dept. at Loyola Mary mount U., published a book 5 years ago entitled "Same-Sex Marriage and the Constitution," and in the third chapter of that book he tackled the concept of whether laws banning same-sex marriage are discrimination against anyone because of the sex. He ultimately said no. He does support the goal of having the Supreme Court declare that gay couples having an equal right to get married is guaranteed by the Equal Protection Clause, but not with what he says is such an unpersuasive argument as that the government is engaging in discrimination against a person's sex.
Would It Be Better For The Gay Rights Movement To Have A Us Supreme Court Ruling On Prop8?From Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Forum:
Would it be better for the Gay Rights Movement to have a US Supreme Court ruling on Prop8? Should the recent California court decision be appealed, and the US Supreme Court eventually involved, wouldn't a national precedent set to discount more anti-gay marriage laws be better, in the long run, in the fight for equality? Or should we just be savoring this short-term win?
Answer: No one knows the answer to this. The Supreme Court of the United States could go either way on this issue. If they overturn all laws against same-sex marriage, that would be amazing. On the other hand, if they uphold Proposition 8, we will have to struggle another 20 years or more before gay rights are established across the nation. Justice Kennedy would likely be the swing vote, though we do not know the attitude of Justice Stayer. I believe Justice Kennedy would vote to overturn Proposition 8, but one can't be sure of that until it happens. Hope for the best, prepare for the worst.
Is It Time For The States Of The USA To Think Of Secede From The Union?From Government Forum:
Is it time for the states of the USA to think of secede from the union? With the increasing disagreement between what states wants and the federal government mean that states should start looking at secession? States and Local governments are tyring to enact their own illegal immigration laws, gay marriage laws (both for and against), eminent domain rules, education funding and curriculum and many others. Is the federal government so out of step with the states that its time to call it quits? Forgot to mention the upset about foreign policy (war in iraq), slow res ponce in Katrina aid and federal oil policy and controls.
Answer: They can't any longer, states rights was what the civil war was all about and the states lost. The states would merely be forced to stay in and pay their taxes like good little states by the military force and might of the Federal Government who in the ends controls even the National Guard. And states can not survive because they depend on free trade between other states, to include utilities and so much more.
Do You Think Christian Fun dies Are Being Ridiculous When They Try To Outlaw Coed Public Rest Areas?From Religion & Spirituality Forum:
Do you think christian fun dies are being ridiculous when they try to outlaw coed public rest areas? Its bad enough they have their paws in the gay marriage laws, but come on!
Answer: Your question had way too many words. You should have stopped at: "Do you think christian fun dies are being ridiculous?" Why yes, I do. Doesn't matter what you add after that part of the question. Peace.
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