Legalize Same-Sex Marriage in India

Legalize Same-Sex Marriage in India

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Amrith Mariappan started this petition to Supreme Court of India

Love comes in all forms. It would be wrong to say that a person cannot marry someone just because they are not from the opposite sex. The world is evolving more than ever and we need to keep up with times. Same-sex marriage is when any person chooses to marry the same sex instead of the opposite. We should not shun this concept anymore.

Same-sex marriages are not legally recognized in India nor are same-sex couples offered limited rights such as a civil union or a domestic partnership.

Importance of Same-Sex Marriage

All of us are human beings at the end of the day. Before labeling each other with the religion we follow or the people we choose to love. Everyone must realize this fact and act like it. Same-sex marriage is more than important in today’s time as the world is progressing.

Moreover, people can finally be themselves and own their individuality. Just because someone does not love a person from the opposite sex, it does not make them wrong. We can love anyone we want.

In addition, it is better to spend the rest of your life with someone from the same sex you love rather than from the opposite sex whom you don’t even like. People will obviously lead happy lives with their loved ones rather than being forced to marry someone.

Same-sex marriage gives other people hope that they can also have a future. In addition, it paves a brighter path for the LGBTQ+ community. This community has already suffered enough due to discrimination. They deserve to be able to marry whomever they wish irrespective of gender or sex.

Indian LGBTQ+ people are also human beings and citizen of India, they should deserve all the rights as normal human begins. Sign this petition with me and voice out for legalizing same-sex marriage in India. Every single citizen deserves equal rights in India. Your sign is a great value to the LGBTQ+ community. 

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