Why I’ll be voting ‘No’ to same-sex marriage, even though I’m gay
As the public debate on the forthcoming same-sex marriage referendum got under way in earnest last week, you could be forgiven for thinking that the two opposing sides consisted of the entire gay community and all political parties in favour of redefining marriage, with the only opposition coming from the Catholic Church and Catholic organisations such as the Iona Institute. The truth, however, is more complex as I know only too well as an agnostic gay man supporting a ‘No’ vote in May.
By Keith Mills
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