September 2014
Herizons;Fall2014, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p15
In this article the author focuses on marriage of gay couples. She states that she was against gay marriages as she thought that gay couples were following norms of heterosexuals. She mentions that she did not support it as she thinks that marriage is an institution that leads to oppression of women. She highlights that her perspective about gay marriage changed when a court officially announced her as a mother of her daughter.


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