This year, the coalition government will consult on extending civil marriage to same-sex couples in addition to civil partnerships. Unlike in previous battles, the fight will not be characterised as Tory MPs and the Churches vs the rest of us. Although Church leaders have condemned the idea, their congregations tend to lean liberal – and they know it. Much like we relied on straight people to stand up for us over the past decades, we will rely now on those of faith who do not believe the mantra that love can only be possible between a man and a woman.

[Read the rest of this article in The Stag newspaper – Page 10]

2 thoughts on “Same-sex marriage: The LGBT battle royale”

Michelle · May 13, 2012 at 10:41 am

Hi Chris, I thought the link below might be helpful even though this is an old post of yours I’ve found – you might have posted it on Facebook in the first place, but reminded me of your campaign:

Hope things are going well!


admin · May 13, 2012 at 10:46 am

Hi Michelle, saw that earlier this week… awesome isn’t it. 🙂

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