I support Same sec marriage... If the two individuals love each other and are mature enough to commit their lives to each other.
I'm not a fan of people marrying when they are 18 or after they have known each other for 5 minutes. That's a whole other thread though.
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I support it.
And I still dont know how it would be a threat to my marriage, really. No one can actually ever answer that question.
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29-08-2013 21:20 #44
Support it, totally. It feels like the dark ages in regards to this country not allowing it. What gives any human the right to dictate who another human can or can't marry? I cannot fathom the reasoning behind it. Equality is a right we all deserve.
29-08-2013 21:21 #45
Definitely for it
29-08-2013 21:30 #46
I'm against marriage fullstop, I think it's totally bogan!
However, any person should have the right to marry anyone they want to, gender shouldn't enter the equation.
It was a proud day in NZ on the 19th August 2013, when it officially became legal here.
29-08-2013 21:31 #47
29-08-2013 21:34 #48
Marriage equality to me is the same as gender equality. We have come along way since the days when women had no rights and could not even vote. To the point now it seems ridiculous that we once lived under those rules. Why should marriage be treated under some special light to only allow some ppl to have it and some not. We don't stand for discrimination based on color or gender so why is preference in life partner any different.?
I am all for it. I don't stand to gain anything personally from its change. Nor will I stand to loose anything. But I do strongly believe in a society for us all within which we all equally have the right to choose.
I didn't choose to be heterosexual just as many don't choose to be homosexual. It is simply insane that because of who I am I can freely marry my partner but someone living next door to me cannot because of who they were born to be.
29-08-2013 21:34 #49
I'm pro. People should be allowed to marry whomever they love.
I really feel like the GLBT community in this developed country are treated like second class citizens.
They breathe like straight people, they bleed like straight people, they love like straight people, they pay taxes like straight people.... Why shouldn't they be able to get married?
29-08-2013 21:38 #50
I support it. I can't imagine why someone wouldn't.
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