I believe that a ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional and violates the equal protection clause.The government is taking away the rights of same-sex couples to get married.Gay marriage bans violate the equality protection clause, because the clause clearly states that "no state shall deny to any person within its jurisdiction "the equal protection of the laws."" This means that no rights should be taken away due to differences, without a real meaning.
The people that are against gay marriage have no reasonable argument.
They said basically it makes them uncomfortable and that same sex couples children wouldn't fare as well as heterosexual children would.
For a state to ban gay marriage they are taking away that right.
In my opinion I feel like it does not violate the Constitution.
So follow your heart and marry them I think that gay marriages do somewhat violate the Constitution's equal protection clause.
Equality is what every person is given in the United States.Bans were approved by 52 percent of voters in California and 53 percent of Maine voters; Pennsylvania’s House of Representatives passed a gay marriage ban by a 136-61 vote, but the companion bill still lingers in the state Senate.Many opponents of same-sex unions, including the group Protect Marriage, argue that marriage “is an essential institution of society,” and should be defended.If a person wants to marry someone of the same sex, then let them marry that person.Marriage is meant to be a union between a man and a woman.People should be able to marry who they want and have the same rights as everyone else.