This descriptive study aimed at determining the attitudes of selected sectors of thecommunity regarding the legalization of same sex marriage in the Philippines. This study utilized 100 conveniently selected participants from different sectors of society: parents,students, priests and pastors, teachers and broadcasters respectively, were taken as an entire group. To gather the necessary data needed for the study, the researchers made use of a survey checklist. The checklist was validated by three experts and then revised before it was distributed to the respondents. The data gathered was tallied and subjected to statistical analysis. All the sectors were found to “disagree” on the concept of same sex marriage because they believe that homosexuality contradicts some religious beliefs, traditional family, and “out of the norm” behavior. A significant difference existed on the attitudes of parents and students, parents and broadcasters, parents and teachers, priests and students, priests and broadcasters, priests and teachers. Based on the findings of the study, the proposed legalization of same sex marriage should not be approved.