The christian fucktards have been whinging because they don’t like the homosexualists and their bourgeois desire for indeterminate domestic togetherness. While the fucktards believe that marriage is ‘an expression of deeply held and rarely articulated beliefs about family, life and the community‘, they fail to understand that this is simply their subjective opinion. No one owns the idea of marriage and, therefore, no one has the right to define other people’s opinions about it.

I do find it amusing how they keep claiming that ‘middle Australia‘ doesn’t see ending the current discrimination against gay people as a priority yet is determined to stop gay marriage being made legal as if it is the most important issue in the world. The bigoted believers seem to think that the vocal moral minority speak for the silent majority but they are completely deluded.

While all the debate in the Queensland parliament and the ALP conference has been occurring, some very interesting relevant information has been published. Following on from an April 2009 article about the declining popularity of religious weddings, a December 2011 article reveals that, in 2010, 70% of weddings in Australia were performed by civil celebrants, with only 30% of weddings being religious ceremonies. Middle Australia has defined its opinion of contemporary marriage as a civil, not a religious, matter. Game over…

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3 thoughts on “community opinions about marriage

  • 8 December 2011 at 6:22 pm
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    If idiots like Kim Kardashian and Britney Spears can get married and make a complete mockery of the institution, then I really don’t see the issue in two gay people who actually love each other getting married… I completely agree, everyone’s opinion on what a marriage is is different, and so it should be. Every couple has a different relationship, with different priorities and beliefs, and that’s ok. If it’s not hurting anyone, what the hell does it matter who gets married?!

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  • 8 December 2011 at 9:03 pm
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    Love Jess’s point regarding the so called celebs and their sham marriages.

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  • 11 December 2011 at 10:43 am
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    In my ideal world there would be total equality…and no marriage. The State and Church have no place in intimate relationships. I’d have thought by the 21st century this outdated tradition that arose from treating women like chattels and incubators would have died a natural death. But sure, while the rusty old institution is around it needs to be open to all.

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