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    Absolutely support it, everyone should have the right to get divorced - just like the rest of us

    Seriously though - it shouldn't even have to be a question. We are all humans, we should all have the same rights, this is not 1950.

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    Funny speaking of 1950 - in Wales 1950's - my nanna (who was a young mum then) knew of two men who lived down the street, and they were a couple. Everyone knew it, it was just the way it was. I think Australia is much behind the rest of the world in acknowledging gay people exist (shock! horror!) let alone marriage.

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    DP and I have been thinking of moving to a regional area when we get pregnant, somewhere house prices are more reasonable... But it scares the **** out of me that people won't be as open and accepting as you all are! Especially with kids.

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    100% support. It shouldn't even be questioned.
    Spain would be great place to get married, if you decide not to wait

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    I live regionally -and we have openly gay friends in the area, they also have group meet ups and stuff, although my friends aren't into that kind of thing. I thought that it would be different from where I am from (Newtown) and it is, but not in a bad way - there is more a don't ask type policy - but deffo no animosity or anything.

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    DP and I have been thinking of moving to a regional area when we get pregnant, somewhere house prices are more reasonable... But it scares the **** out of me that people won't be as open and accepting as you all are! Especially with kids.

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    100% support same sex marriage.

    I'm not threatened by it all... What two (or more ) people do in their relationship doesn't impact me or my relationship in any way...

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    It's heartbreaking that it's still even an issue! It shouldn't have to be supported, it should just be.

    I hope if Labour is voted in that Rudd will do the right thing and legalize same sex marriage.

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    I support it 100% if two people love each other they should be able get married

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    100% support it. Cannot understand a single argument against it. Hopefully we're not too far off, but it may take one more generation of pollies to get us there

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    I'm just honestly scared that there would be less potential friends and support networks in country areas for us, because we're gay. Maybe I'm just city-centric..

    Quote Originally Posted by beebs View Post
    I live regionally -and we have openly gay friends in the area, they also have group meet ups and stuff, although my friends aren't into that kind of thing. I thought that it would be different from where I am from (Newtown) and it is, but not in a bad way - there is more a don't ask type policy - but deffo no animosity or anything.


 

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