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Same-Sex Marriage Referendum: Five Days Out

So, here we are. Five days away from the vote, and no one certain about how things are going to proceed. Regardless of what anyone says, it was always going to be this way. At time of writing, I have … Continue reading

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Same-Sex Marriage Referendum: Why I’m Not Voting “No” (Part One)

So, as far as I can see, the central objections of the “No” camp can be narrowed down to six headings, not all of them held by every “No” campaigner, but which form a general basis of their scope for … Continue reading

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Same-Sex Marriage Referendum: 19 Days Out

Another week, another link dump. The truth of the matter is that, by this stage, both sides of this debate have basically had their say, laid out their arguments, solidified their position, and not just repeat themselves a lot, in … Continue reading

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Same-Sex Marriage: Why I’m Voting “Yes”

I’ve spent a lot of the last two months talking about the SSM campaign, and I haven’t really talked too much , overtly anyway, about why I will be voting “Yes”. Over the final few weeks of the campaign, I’m … Continue reading

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Same-Sex Marriage Referendum: 26 Days Out

I’m changing things up today. I decided I haven’t done enough to illustrate the benefits of a “Yes” vote, or to popularise the people behind that “Yes” vote. So, the next section of this post is dedicated solely to good … Continue reading

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