My Best Friend
I’m 18 years old, I met one of my best friends nearly 3 years ago, she is a lesbian and I love this girl more then you could ever imagine. In the many talks I have had with her one issue keeps coming up and that is marriage. I understand where she is coming from, she is a human being and aren’t all human beings given the right to happiness? I hate how just because of her sexual orientation that is she being denied the right of marriage, shouldn’t she be allowed to legally spend the rest of her life with someone? Be able to have her insurance cover her partner?
She deserves all the things straight people do.Her feelings are no different then mine, she feels love just like I do so why in the world would she be treated differently. I hate the stigma of all this, it makes me sick to even think about it. People go around saying “There marriage will ruin my marriage.” No sir I think you ruin your own marriage by sleeping with that assistant over there. I want people to know that being gay or bisexual is no catchable, it’s not like the flu you can’t just catch it. It just bothers me how unfairly she is treated in not being able to have a happy life to share with a partner legally. It breaks my heart so much.
I would love to see this all change in the future, but I have a fear that it won’t. I WISH MY SISTER A VERY HAPPY LIFE! AND EVERYONE ELSE AS WELL!
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