The Social Impacts of Legalizing Same-sex Marriage
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From the perspective of the difference between Chinese and Western philosophy, Professor Zhang Xianglong demonstrates that Confucianism’s attitude towards same-sex marriage is different from that of liberalism and the Christian tradition. The analysis in this article is deep and inspiring. However, in terms of the social problems that may be caused by the legalization of same-sex marriage, I think the author’s arguments need to be further discussed. In fact, the legalization of same-sex marriage would not have as serious an effect on the marriage system, familial feelings and social ethos as he has supposed.
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