Personal and professional growth of married men has been found to be amazingly phenomenal with women in their life. It is just that 'marriage' is an altogether different concept, adopted by some laws and rules in society. Is there any reason why love and commitment of homosexual couples be looked with a different opinion than that of heterosexual couples? It is easy to understand that a lady has some vital role to play in the family structure, and therefore, imagining a family without a woman doesn't make sense. While those in favour argue that with this logic, couples who get married and don't produce children by choice, or those who cannot produce children, should also not be allowed to get married, one cannot negate the possibility that such heterosexual couples can still produce children, either by changing their minds, or by use of advance medical procedures. Marriage, for most of the people, is the union of a male and female―a husband and wife. Hence, a denial for the same is clearly a denial to grant a person his/her basic right. Dive deeper into the history of the best man world and you will notice that marriage has been one of the fundamental institutions in almost all major civilizations. Gay marriages reduce divorce rates ✔ When the before and after divorce statistics were analysed, it was observed that after a state made gay marriages legal, the divorce rates of that state were lowered significantly.