What happened to NZ after marriage equality?

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  1. Kitty Catkin

     /  15th September 2016

    😀

    To me, this was a civil right, not a moral one. (My own view is that it is a moral right, but that’s irrelevant to the issue-it would still be a civil right, given that gays pay taxes as straight people do, but were denied the same rights)

    What happened to gay surrogacy/adoption ? I remember that some politician or officious official put the kibosh on the surrogacy proposal where the sister of a gay man offered to carry a baby for them, but forget who she was. I do remember how smug she was and what specious reasons were given. A lesbian couple whom I know are fostering-lucky babies.They live in a gorgeous place in the country, near a seaside town, in a lovely old house with a great garden and superb views. They can foster me if they like.

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  2. Gezza

     /  15th September 2016

    “Gay people got married”.

    Jesus. ALL of them?

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  3. patupaiarehe

     /  15th September 2016

    My ataahua wahine (being a good christian girl) was most upset when this law was passed. She couldn’t quite understand why I thought it was a bit funny. I explained it to her like this….

    So they now have the right to go to the registry office, and hand over a couple of hundred bucks to make their relationship official. What a victory, looks like the gay folk really did get one over the government….

    😀

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    • Gezza

       /  15th September 2016

      What’s the biblical basis for her upset, and is it / are they Old or New Testament verses?

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      • patupaiarehe

         /  15th September 2016

        I just asked her G, and she said, “No idea, I just think it’s disgusting”.

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        • Gezza

           /  15th September 2016

          Oh. Ok. Her objection’s probably not based on her being a Christian then.

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          • patupaiarehe

             /  15th September 2016

            I recall something being said at the time, about marriage being between ‘a man & a woman’. Personally, I couldn’t care less. Other peoples personal preferences are none of my business.

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    • Was your Granny a closet Gay

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      • patupaiarehe

         /  16th September 2016

        My gran was indeed a ‘lovely woman’, but she is not who I was referring to BJ.

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  4. deplorable_basket

     /  15th September 2016

    “What happened to NZ after marriage equality?”

    Gay diseases like HIV and syphilis continued to rage in the homosexual population due to extremely promiscuous behaviour.

    The poster lesbians of NZ gay “marriage”, ended their charade inside of 12 months with a bizarre facebook post about “drinking it all down”.

    Divorce rates, unmarried single mothers and boys with no father in their life continued at unsustainable levels.

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    • Unsubstantiated claims, and they mostly have nothing to do with the marriage equality legislation.

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      • deplorable_basket

         /  16th September 2016

        Really? Explain how the poster lesbians of gay “marriage” failure to maintain their act is “unsubstantiated”.

        Homosexual activists have screeched for years that the diseases wracking their population are because “muh oppression”, and yet the more “equality” and “acceptance” they are handed, the higher their disease stats rocket. The only thing that made homosexuals display a modicum of sexual self restraint was lots of them dropping like flies in the 80s and 90s.

        Homosexuals screeched that gay “marriage” would strengthen the institution of marriage by being more “inclusive” – but of course the stats on marriage are as disastrous as ever.

        Its time to #Make NZ Great Again.

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  5. The louder the noise of the activists, the weaker their case for rational behaviour. I have no problem with gender choices, as long as they understand I am not part of them, because my DNA makes it so. I just hope they all live a fulfilling life, and understand that “in your face” strident behaviour does not attract support for their position. They should just live their life to its ultimate enjoyment without shame or worry about what other think of them. Be happy people!!

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