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Creative and gently understated ad for marriage equality in Ireland

June 20, 2013 | By Abraham | 6 comments

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  1. Humans... -.- says:

    Would you ask 314 million people not to murder you?

    Abortion is currently legal in some of the United States. Let’s change that.

  2. Humans... -.- says:

    This is a mislabeled ad. This is not for equal marriage. This is asking for the destruction of society. Marriage is a man and a woman. There is no other marriage. If twomen or two women want to get “married”, it is impossible, no matter what 6.9 billion people think. 1 vs 6.9 billion? Easy as pie.

    1. Eric says:

      The fact that in your mind there’s just one gay person wanting to get married and that the entire rest of the world population is just as backwards and bigoted as you would be hilarious if it weren’t so depressing.

      “Marriage” is just a word. The definitions of words change. Deal with it.

    2. Mary says:

      That’s so sad – that you think society will be destroyed when two people commit to a loving relationship with each other.

      Plus, get a dictionary – that word “impossible” – I do not think it means what you think it means.

    3. Elagie says:

      I’m going to assume you’re a troll because surely no one is ignorant enough to honestly believe the nonsense you typed there! I’ve seen a same sex marriage happen right in front of my eyes — and you know what? The world didn’t end! Society didn’t come to a screeching halt! Opposite-sex couples continued to get married! My young daughter was at the wedding and she remains heterosexual! It’s truly amazing, isn’t it? Pssst, for anyone who does believe that allowing people of the same sex to have equal rights under the law will cause the end of the world . . . relax. It doesn’t change a thing — except for allowing people who love and support each other to make their commitment legal.

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