They can always move to my country, we just don't have those problems overhere. Same sex marriages are legal in het whole country.
LOL no serious, I'm with you all the way Hush. I see marriage as a confirmed bond between two people who love each other,
Hetero people have a choice in getting married or not, then why not homo people.
I've a hetero daughter and a homo daughter, they both found partners to their liking and I really see no difference between those two.
My Mom, who's almost 93 said: 'Never thought I would get a granddaughter in law', but she's as welcome as any grandson in law would have been'. And I'm sure she would be the first to kiss the bride and the bride, if they ever should decide to get married.
But...as many hetero couples these days (my other daughter included) they don't see the point in getting married right now.
It always amazes me how intolerant most people are (and that includes many subjects).
Marriage is just an institution to make clear that two people are bonded, it has nothing to do with religion whatsoever, that's just what mankind has turned it in to.
Only about some 50 years back it was a sin to live together without getting married and look around now....
So, if two people wish to bond their relationship, why should it matter if they are the same sex or not. I can't see it any other way.
Like scattered leaves...my words will flow