Is gay marriage inevitable

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Twenty-five years ago, same-sex marriage was for all practical purposes unthinkable. Today, it seems close to inevitable. This remarkable shift highlights the particular difficulty of the marriage equality case that came before the Supreme Court on Tuesday—but also points to the right result. On the one hand, the petitioners are asking the Court to recognize a constitutional right to something that until recently few Americans even deemed conceivable, and the Court is not the usual forum for radical change.
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Most Americans see gay marriage as inevitable: survey

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Most Americans see gay marriage as inevitable: survey | Reuters

The year is shaping up as a big one for same-sex marriage. Last week, the Washington state Legislature passed a bill allowing gay marriage, and legislatures in Maryland and New Jersey may follow suit shortly though New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has promised a veto. North Carolina and Minnesota are conducting referendums this year on constitutional amendments to bar gay marriage, and Maine is likely to conduct a referendum on legalizing it.
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Gay Marriage: Unthinkable or Inevitable?

It's hard to remember now, but same-sex marriage was once little more than a thought experiment. When Andrew Sullivan wrote "The Conservative Case for Gay Marriage" for The New Republic in , it was one of the first articles about the idea, and as then-editor Michael Kinsley recalled, the piece was more a way of sticking it to conservatives about gay rights rather than a proposal that the magazine believed could become policy. Less than 25 years later, all of the national momentum is behind same-sex marriage which is now legal in nine states and the District of Columbia. A new poll from The Washington Post shows 56 percent of Americans supporting gay marriage.
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Opposition to gay marriage — and to societal acceptance of homosexuality more generally — is rooted in religious attitudes, such as the belief that engaging in homosexual behavior is a sin. At the same time, more people today have gay or lesbian acquaintances, which is associated with acceptance of homosexuality and support for gay marriage. The link between these experiences and attitudes about homosexuality is strong.
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