None of that was backed by anything other than your personal opinion.Gays are far less committed in relationships, and often "flake" out of it.
The reason gays want marriage rights, is so they too can have shared insurance benefits, tax benefits and any other benefit that comes with the commitment of traditional marriage.
The problem is, this issue will create additional burdens on tax payers, all so gays can "feel" legitimized in their sexual activities.
Being gay IS NOT a choice, we get that...but at the same time, same-sex sex is NOT natural, rather something that simply has to be "dealt" with.
And before anyone gets all butthurt over that, you have to look at science which shows us, the parts don't fit properly!
Number one reason why procreation is not possible in a same-sex sexual encounter.
If the world was all gay men for example, the world would cease to exist in about 40 to 60 years.
Gay partnerships is no big deal, getting married (or going through the pretend motions of marriage) is cool too...crossing the line comes with expecting to be treated like a natural, normal, male/female committed marriage and receiving the benefits afforded to "that" level of commitment!
And trust me...none of what I am saying is based around religion (or emotion)...its strictly on the science.
Do you have some recent verifiable statistics?
Prove that gay people "flake out" of their marriages at a faster rate than heterosexuals.
Prove that gay married couples are a bigger burden on "taxpayers", including themselves, that heterosexual married couples.
Prove that being gay is not natural for gay people, and that the attraction to only the same gender does not occur in nature.
Prove that at some point every man on the planet could possibly by gay, thus destroying the species.
And prove that even one comment here is backed by ANY peer reviewed science, and is not based simply on your emotions.
Good luck with that.