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'''Same sex marriage''' is a controversial [[politics|political]] topic. [[psychologist|Psychologists]] have different opinions on the [[biological]] and [[behavioral]] implications in homosexuality, in the common [[nature or nurture]] debate.{{Citation needed|date=April 2010}}
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'''Same sex marriage''' is a controversial [[politics|political]] topic. [[psychologist|Psychologists]] have different opinions on the [[biological]] and [[behavioral]] implications in homosexuality, in the common [[nature or nurture]] debate, and how it relates to marriage.{{Citation needed|date=April 2010}}
   
 
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Marriage attitudes are the attitudes expressed towards the institution of marriage and aspects pertaining to it such as divorce, marital seperation, unwed mothers, illegitimate children, etc.

Same Sex MarriageEdit

Same sex marriage is a controversial political topic. Psychologists have different opinions on the biological and behavioral implications in homosexuality, in the common nature or nurture debate, and how it relates to marriage.[citation needed]

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