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    Quote Originally Posted by singlemumma82 View Post
    That's your view, I'm asking how it will AFFECT you, will it change anything about you? Will it change your marriage?
    No. As I said above - It will affect the world in which I live.

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    Default Tasmanian Lower Houses passes same-sex marriage laws

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    No. As I said above - It will affect the world in which I live.
    But how exactly? I'm sorry I fail to see how it will actually change anything for you personally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    Polygamy, then beastiality, then marrying our toasters. Don't you know? That's the natural order.
    yeah, at least some people seem to think that.

    Pity animals and kitchen utensils can't consent.

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    Not because I think so, because that is what the government would probably think.
    Just because they make gay marriage legal doesn't (as rainbow road said) make mean that the progression will be that you can then marry your cat.

    Gay marriage will not affect you in anyway shape or form, unless you decide to marry a man.


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    I guess that it is a direct question to me, as I am the only person to post the non Bubhub lines.

    Afraid would not be the correct word. One of my main concerns is the 'slippery slope' that may ensue. Polygamy has already been discussed by some groups as the next step once legislation passes. After that, who knows what will be next.

    As I have said before. I have no problem with civil unions. But marriage does not need to be redefined.

    A couple of question back at you (or anyone).

    If civil unions are recognised, and homosexuals are given the exact same legal rights and protections as heterosexual couples, why is that not good enough?
    Why does the word marriage have to be used? Why is this word so important?
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    I live in the world around me. I have a perception of what this world should be like. And I see marriage as between a man and a woman. It doesn't need to affect me personally for me to have a view.
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    You would not be happy for polygamous marriage now?
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    So these people would be denied their 'right' to marry because you think it would be too complicated come tax time?
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    Quote Originally Posted by singlemumma82 View Post
    But how exactly? I'm sorry I fail to see how it will actually change anything for you personally.
    It doesn't need to affect me personally. How many times do I need to say it?

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    There are many things that are changing in the world we live, this won't even register a ripple, unlike the massive wars and famines going on around us.

    Are you going to try and at least answer singlemumma82's question.

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    I guess that it is a direct question to me, as I am the only person to post the non Bubhub lines.

    Afraid would not be the correct word. One of my main concerns is the 'slippery slope' that may ensue. Polygamy has already been discussed by some groups as the next step once legislation passes. After that, who knows what will be next.

    As I have said before. I have no problem with civil unions. But marriage does not need to be redefined.

    A couple of question back at you (or anyone).

    If civil unions are recognised, and homosexuals are given the exact same legal rights and protections as heterosexual couples, why is that not good enough?
    Why does the word marriage have to be used? Why is this word so important?
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    I live in the world around me. I have a perception of what this world should be like. And I see marriage as between a man and a woman. It doesn't need to affect me personally for me to have a view.
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    You would not be happy for polygamous marriage now?
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    No. As I said above - It will affect the world in which I live.

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