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Table of Contents Introduction The Gay Rights Revolution Point Same-Sex Couples Have a Fundamental Right to Marry Counterpoint Marriage Is Between a Man and a Woman Point Gays and Lesbians Should Not Face Discrimination as Parents Counterpoint States Have the Power to Protect Children by Giving Preference to Heterosexual Parents Point Employers Should Not Be Able to Discriminate Against Gays and Lesbians Counterpoint Gays and Lesbians Don?t Need Special Treatment in the Workforce Point The Military Should End Its Discriminatory Policy Toward Gays and Lesbians Counterpoint The Military Can Prohibit Homosexual Conduct in the Military Conclusion The Future of Gay Rights
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Gays -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States -- Juvenile literature.