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    Default Nearly there

    So with just over a week to go before the vote for marriage, how will you vote?

    I'll be voting yes because there's a beautiful Ts girl I would love to marry, in a church with her wearing a white dress.

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    il be voting yes, the polling stations are open from 7am-10pm so no excuses.

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    A civil partnership is pretty much the same as marriage

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    I'm going to be voting that particular begrudging yes where it's 'yes but I also kind of don't like the state being involved in marriage full stop, also can we go into trans rights stuff now?

    Quote Originally Posted by topbhoy1 View Post
    A civil partnership is pretty much the same as marriage
    There are 160 or so legal differences. Including home ownership and familial ties to one another's children.

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    Quote Originally Posted by topbhoy1 View Post
    A civil partnership is pretty much the same as marriage
    Might as well vote yes then

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    Quote Originally Posted by topbhoy1 View Post
    A civil partnership is pretty much the same as marriage
    Can somebody tell me what is the difference between both from a legal rights and tax point of view?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anitafan View Post
    Can somebody tell me what is the difference between both from a legal rights and tax point of view?
    I could tell you but then id have to kill you

    I think points you mentioned are high on the list
    but it all boils down to equality

    here is my fightback to church negativity
    if god created us all equal
    then why are only some allowed to do things and others are not

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    Quote Originally Posted by stephen26 View Post
    I could tell you but then id have to kill you

    I think points you mentioned are high on the list
    but it all boils down to equality

    here is my fightback to church negativity
    if god created us all equal
    then why are only some allowed to do things and others are not

    I find it very sad that someone can say to there children, brother, sister etc that I don't believe in you. That I find you to be wrong and don't want you to be happy.

    I would not deny the rights that I have to my fellow citizens. To deny gay people the happiness and equal rights that I enjoy its just a fuck you to them & I don't care about you.
    Last edited by irishdeltaforce; 18-05-15 at 00:00. Reason: Think on mum and dads!

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    Quote Originally Posted by irishdeltaforce View Post
    I find it very sad that someone can say to there children, brother, sister etc that I don't believe in you. That I find you to be wrong and don't want you to be happy.

    I would not deny the rights that I have to my fellow citizens. To deny gay people the happiness and equal rights that I enjoy its just a fuck you to them & I don't care about you.
    yes, I get all that, but specifically what rights are they being denied today? If the answer is "the right to get married", then what does that actually mean? If their legal rights are the same they why is the government wasting money for no reason in having this vote in the first place?
    Last edited by Anitafan; 18-05-15 at 08:26.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anitafan View Post
    yes, I get all that, but specifically what rights are they being denied today? If the answer is "the right to get married", then what does that actually mean? If their legal rights are the same they why is the government wasting money for no reason in having this vote in the first place?
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