Gay threat to society

The Civil Partnership Bill has been back in the news recently as a group of Fianna Fáil senators and TDs finally had the courage to express their opposition to it. They are opposed to it because it seeks to give same-sex unions the same rights as nor

12th July, 2008

The Civil Partnership Bill has been back in the news recently as a group of Fianna Fáil senators and TDs finally had the courage to express their opposition to it. They are opposed to it because it seeks to give same-sex unions the same rights as normal unions.

The argument against this is simple and straightforward. The love between a man and a woman is a good, traditional love. The ‘love’ between two...

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