It is evidently clear from the discussion that gay rights include ceremonial marriages, child adoption, domestic partnership registration on the public record, domestic partnership affidavit given by employers to gay employees that define the couple’s economic relationship, health care, insurance, lawsuits, property, and the like. However, whether same-sex individuals be allowed to marry is still controversial. Gay marriages should be legalized since same-sex couples can prove to be better parents than opposite-sex couples, as is suggested by Judith Stacey and Timothy Biblarz (as cited in Cooke, para.2). Family instability may take its toll on the normal psychological development of children of both straight and same-sex couples, and so, it is not true that only gay parents prove to be bad parents by any means. They may prove to be better parents. Stacey and Biblarz argue that two men or women can raise kids better in terms of sexual growth, than a man or a woman in a traditional home setting. Kids of gay couples do not have to see one of their parents involved in extra-marital affairs. They do not have to see their moms and dads fighting with each other every day. Kids pay little attention to what the relationship between their parents is, or whether or not their relationship relates to societal norms or not. All they want is love, of parents towards them and also towards each other. So, the relationship between parents has nothing to do with children becoming homo or heterosexual. Thus, gay marriages should be legalized without getting concerned about the parenting capabilities of the couples involved. “Same-sex marriages will offer voluntary support to the institution by allowing freedom in selecting one’s partner”, states Bolte (1). She has focused upon the reinforcement of human rights regarding selection partner through utilitarian arguments. The concept of marriage must be redefined so that one gets to know what actually makes up a bond. .