Today, I was asked a direct question and gave a direct answer:
I believe that same-sex couples should be allowed to marry.
I hope you'll take a moment to watch the conversation, consider it, and weigh in yourself on behalf of marriage equality:
I've always believed that gay and lesbian Americans should be treated fairly and equally. I was reluctant to use the term marriage because of the very powerful traditions it evokes. And I thought civil union laws that conferred legal rights upon gay and lesbian couples were a solution.
But over the course of several years I've talked to friends and family about this. I've thought about members of my staff in long-term, committed, same-sex relationships who are raising kids together. Through our efforts to end the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy, I've gotten to know some of the gay and lesbian troops who are serving our country with honor and distinction.
What I've come to realize is that for loving, same-sex couples, the denial of marriage equality means that, in their eyes and the eyes of their children, they are still considered less than full citizens.
Even at my own dinner table, when I look at Sasha and Malia, who have friends whose parents are same-sex couples, I know it wouldn't dawn on them that their friends' parents should be treated differently.
So I decided it was time to affirm my personal belief that same-sex couples should be allowed to marry.
I respect the beliefs of others, and the right of religious institutions to act in accordance with their own doctrines. But I believe that in the eyes of the law, all Americans should be treated equally. And where states enact same-sex marriage, no federal act should invalidate them.
If you agree, you can stand up with me here.
As Brazil is a country that considers religious ties, analyzing the situation at the spiritual side, spiritualists believe that we have several lives and one of them, the predominance of sexuality are not unglued before one's soul, then this life, will repeat the samestandards and codes of past life.
Studies of gender and sexuality says that the biological part is determined, the construction of sexual identity is made according toothed orientation or personal desire. I believe that we have no right to judge.
As the leader of a powerful nation, this position is commendable and important, since there is, among the crowd a pathological or obligations to be homosexual, because the collective unconsciousadheres to certain fads or trends.
Personally, I do not approve of homosexual relationships, according to my code of conduct and my sexual orientation.
But I believe in "Carpe diem," or live and let live.
I have gay friends and are good people.
Their decision is ethical and democratic.