Student at Law Centre-1, Faculty of Law (Delhi University), India
During the latter half of the twentieth and the beginning of the twenty-first centuries, homosexuality has become a contentious issue. Since homosexuality is so divisive, much of the discussion has focused on whether it is a choice, a condition, or even a criminal offence. The debate has been rife with a variety of viewpoints. Every person’s dream in the modern world and throughout history has been to get married and start a family. To be so deeply ingrained in society and demanded of everyone, marriage has been exclusive to specific groups of people since its inception. Every time a group of people is allowed or denied the right to marry, war is conducted between public policy, religion, and social expectations. The question of same-sex marriage is also facing the same issue. For the purpose of this article, we are going to look at the social, political, and legal aspects of Indian same-sex marriage. To understand why some people are reluctant to accept a more inclusive form of marriage, this book investigates the origins of marriage. In this work, the simple and sophisticated definitions of marriage are examined in detail. Arguments against same-sex marriage are examined in detail. Here, we examine whether or not changing the structure and purpose of marriage could be accomplished by altering its components.
International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 4, Issue 1, Page 701 - 712DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLSI.111370
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