Grade 4 pupil's essay on marriage equality goes viral

 
An anonymous fourth-grade student opted to tackle the complicated issue of marriage equality -- and managed to boil it down to its most basic point.
 
 
The teacher was so impressed that he posted it on Reddit on Wednesday, saying that the student shows "More sense than some adults."
 
"He chose his topic," the teacher, who goes by "rafa3l2," wrote. "I am following the school's curriculum for writing. We attempt to write in a different style every week."
 
Here's the 4th-grader's essay, exactly as written:
 
Why gay people should be able to get married is you can’t stop two adult’s from getting married because there grown and it doesn’t matter if it creeps you out just get over it. And you should be happy for them because it’s a big momment in their life. When I went to my grandparents wedding it was the happies momment.

As you can see gay people should have the right to get married and you shouldn’t judge other peoples lives because if you was gay you wouldn’t want people talking about you.


Salon's Katie McDonough even called it the "world's most perfect argument in support of marriage equality." 
 
"I'm not sharing this because of how perfect the sentences are," his teacher added, "but because of how clear his thought process is on this specific issue."
 
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