Since we have all these other controversial threads going-There was an article today about New jersey passing a law allowing same sex couples to have the same rights as traditional married couples. It didn't seem to go as far as condoning marriage. I know I'm probably a bit more liberal then most but could someone enlighten me why so many people are opposed to same sex marriages? I'm not gay but I don't understand how it hurts somebody for someone else to get legally married if they're the same sex. Why is it any different then a white man marrying a black women? It's not like anybody is forcing you to do something you don't want to do. To me, it's a victimless crime and shouldn't be a crime. Really, can someone tell me why it's so opposed, I just don't get it? There seems to be so many more important things to worry about then who's with who. Am I missing something?