Yes, gay marriage is legal in Michigan, it is legal and that is all that is needed for the first and only gay marriage to be officially recognized in Michigan. However, one has to understand that this is still a new state and the legal status is still being debated and voted on. In the mean time, marriage is a matter of life and death and there are many who do not support gay marriage and those like it.
And for all of us, this doesn’t mean you have to love your spouse or love your mother.
But, in the mean time, we are still not gay married, and we are still not married, so you can kiss that good-bye. We are still gay. For all who love their spouse or their mother, this is a good way to say, “I dont like you”, or “my mom hates you,” or “I hate you for what you are”.
People should be free to be who they are, and to love whom they want, but not forced to be what they are. And if they have been forced to be who they are, then they are free to leave. But while its not about freedom, it is about choice. What we are is who we are.
Gay marriage is one thing, but if you want to be married to your spouse, you need to have the legal right to do so. But its also one of those things that could be argued that it is just a choice, because a gay marriage that is not valid with a straight spouse, is just as valid with a lesbian spouse without actually being married. So there’s a gray area.
As long as the law allows it, gay marriage is legal. But if you are one of the many couples who are forced to be who they are, then you can leave and go change your mind. Just make sure you are not gay.
The question of whether or not gay marriage is legal in Michigan is not as straightforward as it may seem. There is a difference between legal and “legitimate” marriage. Legitimacy is the recognition that the marriage contract has actually been entered into. But legal marriage is often referred to as marriage, but then comes the legal document itself. A legal marriage is not valid without a legal contract.
So, the question of why gay marriage is legal in michigan is something else entirely. Whether or not it’s legal in michigan depends on what you’re asking. If it’s legal in michigan you’re asking a lot of the same questions about gay marriage as you’re asking about gay marriage in general.
Legal marriage is very, very complicated, and it has to do with the state, the religious institutions, the law, and public opinion. If youre still wondering about the legality of gay marriage, I recommend the book, Marriage for Two: The Legal History of Gay Marriage. I think youll find it informative.
If you dont believe that marriage is between a man and a woman, check out the state of Wisconsin.