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Should the state grant benefits linked to marriage?
The state should not grant any benefits linked to marriage.
These benefits discriminate unfairly against unmarried people.
Marriage is a harmful institution and should not be supported by the state.
Marriage should be an expression of affection and a desire for common life between two individuals and not a way to exploit benefits, thus benefits ruin its meaning.
Marriage is a private contract in which the state has no business.
Marriage was once the pillar of society. The state would be turning its back on tradition and stability by removing benefits linked to marriage.
Marriage allows for a more cohesive family unit, which the state should incentivise.
These benefits will provide support to minority groups looking to get married.
Is the state necessary and beneficial to society?
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