Thu, 26 Jul 2012 6:10p.m.
Legislation allowing same-sex marriages is a step closer to being led down the Parliament aisle by MPs.
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27/07/2012 2:34:08 p.m.
oh so no one can do anything wrong then, guess we should just open up the prisons and let everyone run free, after all if if it feels good must be right right, see how stupid that sounds.
27/07/2012 2:12:37 p.m.
Do the anti-same sex marriage supporters really need to stop same sex marriages to prove they aren't into the same sex themselves? hmmm.... Funny how respecting free choice can make some feel uncomfortable.... Next we'll have straight people saying they deserve the same rights as Gays, Women the same rights as Men, what is the world coming to!
27/07/2012 2:07:06 p.m.
My father was gay and I went on to marry a gay person then onto board with a lesbian.
Accepting this stage of my young life was very difficult and we have come a long way since my experiences of that life and no I wasn't part of it all.
I still don't really understand it and it destroyed my youth being piggy in the middle and family life as I knew it.
Gradually I overcome this as did the world but marriage which this is all about and equality a load of nonsense.
They have been accepted so why not stay there, why try to move for this quality because it will never be.
Transvestite's I understand and will accept but gay isn't all about ideals but that they want more and more.
We are becoming a non normal world but accepting it as we have to is just not on and we should be able to choose as they have what we agree to and what we disagree to and not be penalized for doing so!
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