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Young People Find Homosexual Relationships More Morally Acceptable Than Divorce

What is truly remarkable about the political shift on marriage equality over the past decade is that it is driven by a far more significant cultural change. Young Americans don’t merely tolerate the idea homosexuals deserve equal protection under the law, but young people see homosexuality as natural and morally acceptable. The vast majority of young American see gay and lesbian relationships as morally acceptable, according to Gallup:

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What is truly amazing is that slightly more young people find homosexual relationships morally acceptable than the idea of premarital sex or divorce. There are apparently a subset of young people who find the idea of gay marriage acceptable but not the idea of gay divorce.

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Young People Find Homosexual Relationships More Morally Acceptable than Divorce

What is truly remarkable about the political shift on marriage equality over the past decade is that it is driven by a far more significant cultural change. Young Americans don’t merely tolerate the idea homosexuals deserve equal protection under the law, but young people see homosexuality as natural and morally acceptable. The vast majority of young American see gay and lesbian relationships as morally acceptable, according to Gallup:

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It is amazing that slightly more young people find homosexual relationships morally acceptable than the idea of premarital sex or divorce. There are apparently a subset of young people who find the idea of gay marriage acceptable but not the idea of gay divorce.

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Jon Walker

Jonathan Walker grew up in New Jersey. He graduated from Wesleyan University in 2006. He is an expert on politics, health care and drug policy. He is also the author of After Legalization and Cobalt Slave, and a Futurist writer at http://pendinghorizon.com