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Many views are held or have been expressed by religious organisations in relation to same-sex . Supporting marriage rights for gays and lesbians reflects their Christ-like commitment to the equality and dignity of all people. According to a.
Same-sex marriage postal survey: the five worst arguments for voting No
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31 Jul Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer & Intersex Studies: Opposing Views Opposing viewpoints are used in a variety of way in research projects. "The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) is a nonprofit.
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Description:Australia Today, the High Court is hearing arguments about the same-sex marriage plebisurveythingummy, which, in the opinion of constitutional guru George Williams, is likely to be struck down. But while the silks slug it out, what better time to look at the arguments that have been playing out in the public space? The curious thing about the No campaign is that the arguments advanced rarely have much to do with the central question of whether two people of the same sex should be allowed to enter a secular marriage. So let's take a look at some of the things the No campaign has been talking about instead of the question being posed in the ABS one-question questionnaire — "should the law be changed to allow same-sex couples to marry? When a man loves a bridge A slippery slope argument is when you argue that allowing one thing will inexorably lead to a far worse thing.