Marriage equality doesn’t mean that the battle for LGBT rights in the UK is over.
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Charles Moore has written a piece for the Spectator in which he salutes the bravery of those standing firm against gay equality, saying that gay marriage today is “as brave as being openly gay was in 1970″.
Across the world attitudes towards homosexuality roughly correlate to how wealthy and secular a country is, according to Pew Research’s Global Attitudes Project.
The is being posted partly on a congratulatory note – this week the House of Lords backed gay marriage by a majority of 242. This means that same-sex couples should be able to marry by next summer.
Conservative peer Baroness Knight said that despite her opposition to gay marriage, she recognised that homosexuals had many talents.
Children brought up by gay couples are healthier and have better relationships with their families, according to a new Australian-based study.
“A Conservative is a fellow who is standing athwart history yelling ‘Stop!’” – William F. Buckley
It’s time to heed Phillip Hammond’s warning and stop talking about gay marriage. Let’s just say ‘I do’ and move on
It’s time to heed Phillip Hammond’s warning and stop talking about gay marriage. Let’s just say ‘I do’ and move on.
Same-sex marriage should become law in France today, as the bill goes through its second and final reading in Parliament – but the predicted victory will taste bittersweet.