Top 10 Reasons Why Same Sex Marriage SHOULD NOT Be Allowed In The Philippines

Top 10 Reasons Why Same-Sex Marriage SHOULD NOT Be Allowed In The Philippines


The LGBT community in the Philippines, even in the majority of the world, is considered to be as a minority group. Same thing happened to the black people against white people and women against men. Obviously, the LGBT community is still under the attack of the superior heterosexuals even up to up to this date.


Updated: Just today, June 27, 2015, the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage in all 50 states. Congratulations!


However, last June 21, 2014, Father Crescencio Gaba Agbayani Jr., officiated a mass same-sex wedding in Quezon City. (Click here to see the photos of the event.) As part of the LGBT group, I can’t see anything wrong about two people loving each other having the privilege to say “I do.” Many people reacted that it’s wrong. And to our dismay, the minority group still remains to be as is despite the clamor for marriage equality.


To give us a little bit of enlightenment, here are top 10 reasons why same-sex marriage SHOULD NOT be allowed in the Philippines.













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Top 10 Reasons Why Same-Sex Marriage SHOULD NOT Be Allowed In The Philippines


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