Is love between certain people more legitimate than love between other people?
Last Updated: 06/11/2019 at 11:16pm
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Love knows no boundaries and no distance; miles and obstacles mean absolutely nothing in the face of love. All love is legitimate.
Love is always legitimate. Some societies may be less accepting of some kinds of relationship, but that's only due to historical and cultural reasons, linked to prejudice. The truth is that love in all its form is beautiful and totally valid. Whoever you love, love always makes the world a happier and better place for the people involved, so it's never wrong!
There is only one answer to this question, as straightforward and simple as the question itself - no. Love is love.
Simply, no. Love is not a matter of legitimacy, it's a matter of respect, trust and intimacy. Love is quantifiable only so far as it's a feeling that all of humanity has in common. We can love friends, we can love family, we can love romantic and sexual partners of any gender, we can love pets, we can love ourselves. None of these are better or worse, or more or less legitimate.
Absolutely not. Some people may view it like that but it is not true. Love is love. No matter if it is between an interracial couple, a gay couple, an able person and a handicapped person. If you love each other it transcends all physical things.
I don't think so, no. Love is an amazing thing, it doesn't matter who it's between. For example, love between a husband and a wife is just as legitimate as the love between two girlfriends.
No. As long, these too people can understand what they are doing and understand the consequences and the results of what they are doing, their love isn't more or less legitimate than any other love.
Love is Love. i can not stress this enough. love has no age, gender, sexuality. everyone is equal. dont let anyone make you think that love between two people isnt legitimate because they may be different.
There are certain forms of love that are condemned by law, like incest. Sometimes, love is another way to cope, like the Stockholm Syndrome. But if you love someone of the same gender for example, your love isn't less legitimate than any other.
Love is love. Everyone experiences it differently. It's crazy and confusing and it happens in so many different ways. But nothing, nothing makes real love illegitimate. If you're in love, it doesn't matter what you look like, who you are. All that matters is that you are in love. Okay? If this question is about what I'm pretty sure it is, being queer is okay. You are legitimate.
Absolutely not, love is love no matter who you are attracted to and in what way.
Of course. It always depends on how the person has ever affected your life. The more you know, the more you love.
No. love surpasses society's stigma, stereotypes, and hate. No love between some people is more valid than other people.
That's a pretty loaded question. "Love" has thousands of definitions. There is no one definition of love that will work for everyone. So, to even start answering your question, there needs to be a set definition for "love" that we all agree on. Not all relationships are the same, so the "legitimacy" of them cannot be compared... because they're all different.
I don't believe so. love is a funny thing we all have a different perspective of love so its hard to tell what love means to other people. As we are all different! but I believe the vast majority like to believe that love is legitimate no matter what it is. and It usually is.
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