Do you believe that homosexual relationships are just as valid as heterosexual ones? Why do you think the way you do?

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  • In theory, sure.

    As far as I'm concerned, people can love who ever they feel like loving, and they ought to be given all of the legal rights, tax breaks, asset distributions as anyone else engaged in an intimate relationship. People are people, and people should have equal rights under the law.

    The only issue I have with calling a homosexual union a "marriage," is that it's not definitionally accurate. A marriage, by definition, is a church sanctioned union of two families between a man and woman. A homosexual union necessarily does not meet that definition, and therefore cannot be a "marriage." Super boneheaded logic, but we have the words we do for a reason.

    People want to call it a "gay marriage" in an effort to normalize homosexuality, and I do think that's a noble pursuit, but that's just not what a "marriage" is.

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  • There are relationships of many types.

    Who is anyone to say that someone else's relationships are not "valid"?

    If a relationship exists, it is valid.

    Whether one is talking about homo-, hetero, sexual, non-sexual, cerebral, or sophomoric relationships, it doesn't matter.

    What matters in relationships is people connecting on mental, emotional, spiritual levels.

Most Helpful Girls

  • Yes, I believe so. Just because it isn't the opposite sex that doesn't make the relationship any less valid. I see many happy straight couples and happy queer couples all of the time.

  • I think they are both valid because it is the union of two individuals that quite like each other.

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  • Yes. Why? Well, what differences would affect the validity of a relationship? Some would, to be certain; most wouldn't. "Wouldn't" is the default, and I have yet to hear any real reason why the sexes involved would be an exception.

  • What do you mean "valid?"

  • Why the fuck wouldn’t they be?

  • Yes of course just as valid. From experience in a threesome , i personally can see getting the same feelings and sexual pleasure from the same sex just as you do from the opposite sex

  • They can be tolerated but they not normal, same sex relationships don't produce children.

  • Yes they are valid, of course.

  • Yes. both types of relationship are the same, two people in love with each other.

  • They aren’t healthy.

  • i feel like they cancelled protected speech on these topics.

  • Valid? No one gets to judge a relationship they aren't in.

  • That's like saying burglary is as "valid" an occupation, as any other.

    Just because something has become normalised does not make it equal, or even right.

  • Possibly more valid given the way hetero relationships have gone. They are more stable and longer lasting from what I have seen.

  • In a lot of cases, they are more valid.

  • Homosexual relationships are most definitely valid. Meet a gay couple in Mexico. Very nice people. Got to keep company with them. Even though am heterosexual. They've fine with that 1🙂

  • They're valid if you're gay.

  • Yes, they are. Love is love is love is love is love.