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    I support it.

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    Absolutely support it 100%. There are no credible arguments against it, just bigoted ones.

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    No, you are right to be concerned, there are definitely places like that - just make sure you do your research first. Websites etc, Uni towns are usually good for a more diverse population etc.

    Quote Originally Posted by Moose Caboose View Post
    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..

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    Can't believe it's 2013 and its still a question/debate

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    I 100% support it. I cannot fathom why anyone would not.

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    It's kind of a non-question for me. It's like you asking me "do you support marriage?". I would be thinking... erm... of course? is this a trick question?
    LOL.

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    I completely support it. What reason is there not to? Considering Christians can still get divorced, their reasoning to oppose same sex marriage is absolutely a moot point.

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    100% support it and cannot think of a single reason as to why it shouldn't be supported.

    As for it threatening my husband's and I marriage, we got married in Vegas, hardly paragons of marriage as a respected institution!

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    I definitely support it! I can't believe that such blatant discrimination is legal in this day and age!

    Its exactly the same as criminalising interracial marriage. One can't choose the colour of their skin any more than they can choose their sexual orientation.

    I don't assume that people's partners are the opposite sex...I just don't really make assumptions about people in general though...

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    As for presuming someone's partner is of the opposite sex, yes I tend to ... although I am trying to stop that habit. It's just natural for me to assume that because I haven't ever really known many people in same sex relationships, iykwim?

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