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New Zealand First is being intentionally evasive about how its MPs plan to vote on a bill legalising same-sex marriage.
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18/09/2012 2:01:51 p.m.
Kathryn Fox :) wrote:
I think that gay marriages should be legalised!My sister who is only one year older than me is gay and to be honest i dont think she should live in a world where there are people that judge her for the people she falls in love with! Its not her fault and its no ones fault. Really? Who cares if there was Adam and then Eve or Tiki and then Hine-One. That has nothing to do with the people others fall in love with!
3/08/2012 11:57:57 a.m.
Craig Young wrote:
Again, incest is illegal in this country, as is polygamy/bigamy. Since the Homosexual Law Reform Act was passed in 1986, male homosexuality has not been, nor has lesbianism ever been.Steven, you're entitled to your religious beliefs, conscience, freedom of worship, assembly and association, but you don't speak for all New Zealanders or even all Christians. And you're wrong- lesbian and gay animals do exist.
3/08/2012 10:50:11 a.m.
Homosexual behavior is immoral, and it is not about love as they say it is. Should family members also be allowed to marry because it is an issue of love? Or what about a 13 year old child and their older partner? Or what about polygamy and such. People will give any excuse to continue in their immoral behavior. We have to draw the line somewhere, i draw that line at a man and a woman is the definition of marriage end of story. Gay is just a mockery to the bible and to all religious aspects of life. Animals are created as male and female and they know the boundaries. This is the country's vote not the govt so give the chance to vote.
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