Gay Marriage: a Secular, Libertarian Take

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  1. Barrie Greratorex says:

    What you describe is quite rightly decisions that should be made by individuals, not by State or Religious bodies. The institution of “Holy” matrimony should not be interfered with by the State, there is no case for legislation, it is a custom of a religioious nature. Civil partnership on the other hand is a matter for legislation and each one exists for the personal belief of the individuals concerned. Just as the Church or other religious ideology should not impose its will on State Law, the State should not impose legislation on religious customs, other than if those customs contravene existing legislation. I.E Animal welfare, FGM or MGM or encouraging violent acts etc. So surely there is no case for political discussion on this matter, better for us to concentrate important issues such as Brexit.

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