Anthropology and Gay Marriages
As Americans, we who consider ourselves a moral majority generally view the idea of gay marriage as some sort of social taboo. This is a result of a long-standing hangup America has with the sexual ramifications of marriage. Puritanical influence suggests anything outside of a man-woman marriage relationship would be considred socially unacceptable. Anthropological research, however, shows that there are many culturally diverse forms of marriage which have gained social acceptance in the Western world.
When one seeks to define the concept of marriage in America, they can refer back to the…
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