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  1. A yes vote in the forthcoming Gay Marriage Referendum is putting gay relationships on the same level as hetrosexual relationships. This is insulting and morally reprehensible. This is not an issue of equality. Gay marriage is an absurdity. Gay relationships are not life affirming and go against the laws of nature. No way should these relationships be normalised. It is absurd that two men should be together or two women. Look at how we were created and you have the answer. A yes vote will give the impression that being gay is on the same level as being straight. It is not and never will be.

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    1. Hi Eamonn

      Firstly thank you for expressing your opinion, even if I disagree with it completely. I’d like it if you could clarify how ” putting gay relationships on the same level as hetrosexual relationships.” is ” not an issue of equality” . Also to whom exactly do you see gay marriage as an insult?

      Regarding the laws of nature, where exactly do they stand on use of technology? Or indeed, medicine? Would you forsake everything “unnatural”?

      ” A yes vote will give the impression that being gay is on the same level as being straight. It is not and never will be.” – So you see heterosexuals as innately superior to homosexuals?

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