Therefore, in an attempt to combat the growing debates that seem to aggravate one side of society or another, scholarly mediators, lawyers, and theologians are continually asked to evaluate what should and should not be done to please the majority of American citizens regarding the matter of same-sex marriage. Yet in order to please the majority, again, there must be a firm resolution. But when such resolution revolves around personal ethical perspectives deeply rooted in religiosity; finding resolution seems impossible. As a result, I’ve compiled a significant amount of research supporting my ethical theories: utilitarianism and relativism- and how the issue of same-sex marriage is classified under each ethical theory. In doing so, I hope to shed greater light on this continued debate and possibly introduce a new perspective towards understanding the U.S. Constitutional rights of individuals’ including their First Amendment religious right. After all, today, heterosexual traditions come face-to-face with LGBT Legality. In addition, I convey research from various religious documents supporting my argument pertaining to my elected choice of ethical theories and how these theories play an intricate role in the lives of Americans’.