Gay Marriage

Gay Marriage
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Gay Marriage

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  1. Gay Marriage

    Slide 1 - Gay Marriage

    • What is to come?
    • By Rhyzan Croomes
  2. Introduction

    Slide 2 - Introduction

    • Arguments
    • Shifting Opinions
    • Oral Arguments
    • Our Future
  3. Introduction-what is this stuff?

    Slide 3 - Introduction-what is this stuff?

    • What is marriage?
    • What is same sex marriage?
    • Who has been allowed to decide on marriage?
    • DOMA?
    • .
  4. Arguments(pro)

    Slide 4 - Arguments(pro)

    • Denying people the option to marry is discriminatory
    • Equal protection
    • Due Process
    • Benefits
    • Traditional marriage has changed over time
    • Polygamy seen throughout history
    • Interracial marriage
    • Marriage is a fundamental right for all people
    • Marriage is not solely about procreation
    • Gay marriage is not harmful to children nor to the marriage institution
    • .
  5. Arguments(against)

    Slide 5 - Arguments(against)

    • Institution of marriage has been defined as being between man and woman
    • Baker v Nelson
    • Marriage is for procreation
    • CA 1859 Supreme Court ruling
    • Gay marriage could lead to polygamy
    • Marriage should not be regulated by the Federal government
    • 10th amendment
    • Children need their mother and father
    • Girls need fathers
    • Girls need mothers
    • .
  6. Shifting Opinions- Obama

    Slide 6 - Shifting Opinions- Obama

    • Prior to 2008
    • First term 2008-2012
    • 2012- today
    • .
  7. Shifting Opinions- Polls

    Slide 7 - Shifting Opinions- Polls

    • .
  8. Oral Arguments

    Slide 8 - Oral Arguments

    • Obergefell v Hodges
    • Gay Couple
    • Ohio
    • Ill spouse
    • Supreme Court
    • Pro
    • Breyer, Ginsburg, Kagan, and Sotomayor
    • Anti
    • Alito, Scalia, and Thomas
    • Swing
    • Kennedy and Roberts
    • .
  9. Conclusion

    Slide 9 - Conclusion

    • If he can understand so can you!
    • The balls in your court Justices
  10. Works Cited

    Slide 10 - Works Cited

    • Bowers, Becky. 2012. President Barrack Obama‚Äôs shifting stance on Gay Marriage. May 11. http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2012/may/11/barack-obama/president-barack-obamas-shift-gay-marriage/. 06/07/2015
    • Green, Jon. 2015. Takeaways From Oral Arguments. Apr 28. http://americablog.com/2015/04/takeaways-from-oral-arguments-in-obergefell-v-hodges.html. 06/08/2015
    • Kuznicki, Jason. 2012. Marriage Should Not be Regulated by the Federal Government. Dec 16. http://www.usnews.com/debate-club/should-same-sex-marriage-be-left-to-the-states/marriage-should-not-be-regulated-by-the-federal-government. 06/07/2015
    • Pew Research Center. 2015. Changing attitudes on Gay Marriage. June 8. http://www.pewforum.org/2015/06/08/graphics-slideshow-changing-attitudes-on-gay-marriage/. 06/07/2015
    • ProCon. 2015. Pro Con Argument: Should Gay Marriage Be Legal. May 26. http://gaymarriage.procon.org/. 06/07/2015
    • Siegl, Robert..2015. Supreme Court Gay Marriage Results. April 29. http://www.npr.org/2015/04/29/403094803/supreme-court-gay-marriage-remarks-show-outdated-definition-of-parents. 06/06/2015