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Re: Christians called to pray at Parliament in opposition to equal marriage bill

Post by Guest on Tue May 14, 2013 10:18 am

Ravy wrote:There is no such thing as a 'Forward thinking Christian' Tho'
Forward thinking' means progression and Religion belongs in the past.
Nobody that I know of is afraid of God or even the Devil nowadays.
It seems to me a case of 'If they can do it why can't we'.
Very spoiled to me.

It's just an equality issue as far as i'm concerned....Just ratify the legislation and then let's just move on!...They have done it in Catholic countries like Spain and Argentina FFS!....In America there are now several states that have ratified the legislation!

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Post by Guest on Tue May 14, 2013 10:22 am

As France becomes the 14th country to legalise same-sex marriage, here is a breakdown of the 13 other nations with similar laws.
- NETHERLANDS: On April 1, 2001 the Netherlands became the first country in the world to legalise same-sex marriage, with the same rights as heterosexuals. Includes the right to adopt.

- BELGIUM: Homosexual couples in Belgium have almost the same rights as heterosexuals. They won the right to marry in 2003 and in 2006 parliament voted into law a bill allowing homosexual couples to adopt children.

- SPAIN: In 2005 Spain became the third member of the European Union to pass a law allowing same-sex marriages. Gay couples can adopt children, whether they are married or not.

- CANADA: Canada adopted a national law allowing gays to marry and adopt in July 2005, though most provinces had already allowed same-sex unions before that date.

- SOUTH AFRICA: The country legalised same-sex unions and adoptions by gay couples in November 2006, becoming the first African nation to do so.

- NORWAY: A 2009 law allowed homosexuals to marry and adopt children. Civil partnerships have existed in the country for 20 years.

- SWEDEN: Sweden's homosexuals have been allowed to wed in religious or civil ceremonies since May 2009.

- PORTUGAL: Under a 2010 law Portugal legalised gay marriage, while excluding the right to adoption.

- ICELAND: Prime Minister Johanna Sigurdardottir married her long-time partner in June 2010 as a new law legalising homosexual marriages came into force. Same-sex couples who have lived together for at least five years have had the right to adopt children since 2006.

- ARGENTINA: Gays in Argentina became the first on the South American continent to be able to wed and adopt, after legislation passed on July 14, 2010.

- DENMARK: Denmark, the first country in the world to allow gay couples to enter into civil unions in 1989, voted overwhelmingly in favour of allowing homosexuals to marry in the state Evangelical Lutheran Church in June 2012.

- URUGUAY: Uruguay voted this month to allow same-sex marriages nationwide, making it only the second Latin American country to do so.

- NEW ZEALAND: New Zealand on April 17 became the first Asia-Pacific country to legalise same-sex marriage, after a decades-long campaign.

Partial laws in the Americas

Gay couples can marry in nine US states, as well as in the capital Washington, while parts of Mexico and Brazil also allow same-sex marriage.

(AFP)

http://ruvr.co.uk/2013_04_23/Same-sex-marriage-laws-around-the-world/

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Re: Christians called to pray at Parliament in opposition to equal marriage bill

Post by Guest on Tue May 14, 2013 10:40 am

Ravy wrote:A party in a Graveyard?
wE used to do them as well.
Really good Techno parties we had. Laughing



....Can't think why i can mostly remember that one...Probably as i was trying to arrange cabs etc! roflmao

...That was always the last one that they used to play!

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Re: Christians called to pray at Parliament in opposition to equal marriage bill

Post by Guest on Tue May 14, 2013 4:05 pm

But is wasn't Stooo was it Fen roflmao roflmao roflmao....Was it Mickey Dunno


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Post by Guest on Tue May 14, 2013 4:08 pm

...Just the moves...We know that you are most probably most ugly! sick

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Re: Christians called to pray at Parliament in opposition to equal marriage bill

Post by Guest on Tue May 14, 2013 4:22 pm

....My apologies to Madonna Embarassed ...For making a comparison between you and that thing Fen! roflmao

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Re: Christians called to pray at Parliament in opposition to equal marriage bill

Post by Guest on Wed May 15, 2013 11:06 am

philagain wrote:As France becomes the 14th country to legalise same-sex marriage, here is a breakdown of the 13 other nations with similar laws.
- NETHERLANDS: On April 1, 2001 the Netherlands became the first country in the world to legalise same-sex marriage, with the same rights as heterosexuals. Includes the right to adopt.

- BELGIUM: Homosexual couples in Belgium have almost the same rights as heterosexuals. They won the right to marry in 2003 and in 2006 parliament voted into law a bill allowing homosexual couples to adopt children.

- SPAIN: In 2005 Spain became the third member of the European Union to pass a law allowing same-sex marriages. Gay couples can adopt children, whether they are married or not.

- CANADA: Canada adopted a national law allowing gays to marry and adopt in July 2005, though most provinces had already allowed same-sex unions before that date.

- SOUTH AFRICA: The country legalised same-sex unions and adoptions by gay couples in November 2006, becoming the first African nation to do so.

- NORWAY: A 2009 law allowed homosexuals to marry and adopt children. Civil partnerships have existed in the country for 20 years.

- SWEDEN: Sweden's homosexuals have been allowed to wed in religious or civil ceremonies since May 2009.

- PORTUGAL: Under a 2010 law Portugal legalised gay marriage, while excluding the right to adoption.

- ICELAND: Prime Minister Johanna Sigurdardottir married her long-time partner in June 2010 as a new law legalising homosexual marriages came into force. Same-sex couples who have lived together for at least five years have had the right to adopt children since 2006.

- ARGENTINA: Gays in Argentina became the first on the South American continent to be able to wed and adopt, after legislation passed on July 14, 2010.

- DENMARK: Denmark, the first country in the world to allow gay couples to enter into civil unions in 1989, voted overwhelmingly in favour of allowing homosexuals to marry in the state Evangelical Lutheran Church in June 2012.

- URUGUAY: Uruguay voted this month to allow same-sex marriages nationwide, making it only the second Latin American country to do so.

- NEW ZEALAND: New Zealand on April 17 became the first Asia-Pacific country to legalise same-sex marriage, after a decades-long campaign.

Partial laws in the Americas

Gay couples can marry in nine US states, as well as in the capital Washington, while parts of Mexico and Brazil also allow same-sex marriage.

(AFP)

http://ruvr.co.uk/2013_04_23/Same-sex-marriage-laws-around-the-world/


Minnesota became the twelfth US state to allow equal marriage, as Governor Mark Dayton on Tuesday signed a bill into law, allowing same-sex unions.

http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2013/05/14/us-minnesota-officially-legalises-equal-marriage-as-governor-signs-bill-into-law/ cheers

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