Before I start this rant, let me say that I understand some religions and cultures at absolutely and totally against gay marriage. But just hear me out, okay? Okay. To start, I’d like to say that I fully support gay marriage. Which is why I’d like ask a question to anyone who doesn’t support it: who are you to stop people from love? Love is love. There are no boundaries, or equations, or theorems to predict love. It can happen to anyone, anywhere. And, to anyone completely opposed, what is bad about a girl being in love with a girl? Nothing. Just like there’s nothing wrong with a guy liking a guy, or a guy liking a girl. Anyway you put it, it’s all just unpredictable, beautiful love! You can’t stop it, and you have no right to. The only person who can play ‘God’ is God himself. (Let me add that I don’t believe in God, but this is preverbal, so). And who’s to say what’s right and wrong with love? Certainly not any of us! It’s not like you’re gonna go to Hell for watching a gay couple kiss, okay. Excuse me if I’m being offensive, but I’m trying to make a point. And I don’t care if there’s have already been thousands of pro gay rights spiels, but I wanted to share my opinion on the matter. Anyway, as I’m trying to say, you have no justification to keep anyone from happiness. We are all human. There are no differences in our structure: Skeletons, muscles, and skin. The rest of us is who we are and who we’ve grown up as, so don’t start arguing that you are allowed to keep people from being happy. Because you’re not. It’s wrong to say Mark and Joe can’t get married, while Bill and Lisa can. M’kay? So, if you think that you have some Christian duty— excuse me if I’m stereotyping— to stop gay and lesbian people from being together, you need to not talk. Because, like I said, the only one who can play whatever God there is, is God. Thank you.