In government class I was discussing that we shouldn't make moral issues personal. For example with abortion I don't think about myself but of the women who need it as an option and not to take that right away. Besides I can't make babies.
But that made me think: if I wasn't gay, would I still be for gay marriage rights? Absolutely. If it doesn't affect me directly and affect me indirectly with a negative consequence, I have no problem with it. The old "it's in the Bible, marriage is defined between a man/woman" arguments don't work anymore in a progressing society. We can't remain traditional in every aspect of society for nothing ever remains the same. Maybe our opponents should hear The times are a-changin by Bob Dylan.
Now unhypothetically speaking, I still argue for marriage rights because, even though I don't plan on marrying, that doesn't mean I shouldn't argue against letting others marry. So gay marriage is the most ridiculous thing people argue about.
Oh and in my class someone said the definition of marriage is between man/woman therefore we shouldn't let gays marry. I would've said times change and so does our way of thinking and how we establish laws to protect everyone's rights. Of course I didn't because I was afraid.