today, 66 of women and 57 of men support same-sex marriage. Support for same-sex marriage also has remained steady among whites, blacks and hispanics over the past two years. Today, 62 of whites support same-sex marriage, as do 58 of hispanics and 51 of blacks. in 2008 californians passed proposition 8, which prohibited state recognition of same-sex marriage, with a 52 percent majority. Voting analyses suggest that between 58 and 70 percent of black. same-sex couples should have the same legal rights to get married as heterosexual couples. The researchers determined subjects level of sexual conservatism based on how much they agreed or disagreed with statements like sex without love is okay and i can easily imagine myself being comfortable and enjoying casual sex with different partners. among blacks, latinos and whites, blacks were the only racial or ethnic group in which a majority of respondents said they opposed gay marriage, in a washington post-abc poll. On marijuana legalization, blacks are most supportive while latinos are the least supportive. 70 percent of blacks voted in favor of proposition 8 in california, which amends the states constitution to ban same-sex marriages, and similar patterns. the second reason the parallel between opposing same-sex marriage and opposing interracial marriage is invalid is that opposition to marriage between races is a moral aberration while opposition. and now the continuing push to legalize same-sex marriage is seeking to redefine marriage even further. From the moment god created marriage, it was designed with a man and woman in mind. God designed two sexes male and femalehe did not create four sexes. Same-sex marriage cannot fulfill gods purposes for marriage. same-sex marriage and interracial marriage not the same thing. Proponents of same-sex marriage often liken opposition to the bigotry that defended anti-miscegenation laws, preventing interracial couples from marrying. The analogy is specious, for the two movements differ entirely in motivation.