So being a gay man and also a Catholic, I've decided to extend my views to better encompass both sides of the gay marriage argument. I always had this viewpoint that gays were special and unique; that the big bad Catholic Church was just beating up on them for that difference. I'm firmly in support of gay rights, so I decided to go to a bible study that my Catholic group offers that actually specializes in why gay actions are wrong...just to see their logic. It's called "the Theology of the Body" I was happily surprised to hear that the Church doesn't hate gays, and doesn't disapprove of gay relationships (caveat: they have to be celibate bromance sort of relationships). The only reason why they oppose gay sex is simply because two men (or two women) can't biologically fit together like opposite sex couples can. Without that biological fit, the two people cannot express their love fully and fully give themselves to their partner. It's a matter of natural law, they say. I hear their logic, ultimately, I disagree with it. They are measuring love, an emotion, with the physcal makeup of genitalia. Love is an emotional response to someone based on the chemicals released in the brain, not by what your genitals feel.