gay rights

My name is laurie fear and im from Brighton

i dont see how straight people are aloud to call it a marriage and gay people have to call it a civil partnership.

I'm 17 and i come from a town called hailsham, i got alot of abuse because of my sexuality and i have found it hard to except myself , i had to move to Brighton because i got so much abuse i could deal with it any-more.

I just don't see how we have to be treated differently ,, we are all human beings and we should have the same right ,, we r not aliens froma diffrent planet ,, we r human beings

We should have the same right as everyone other person in this country and in this world 

 

i think we should have the same rights as straight people , i get so angry when people just sit there and stair at me and my bf because we kiss in public , the law needs changing and needs changing for the good 

Why is this idea important?

My name is laurie fear and im from Brighton

i dont see how straight people are aloud to call it a marriage and gay people have to call it a civil partnership.

I'm 17 and i come from a town called hailsham, i got alot of abuse because of my sexuality and i have found it hard to except myself , i had to move to Brighton because i got so much abuse i could deal with it any-more.

I just don't see how we have to be treated differently ,, we are all human beings and we should have the same right ,, we r not aliens froma diffrent planet ,, we r human beings

We should have the same right as everyone other person in this country and in this world 

 

i think we should have the same rights as straight people , i get so angry when people just sit there and stair at me and my bf because we kiss in public , the law needs changing and needs changing for the good 

Reform the law that stops gay people getting married

Gay people should be able to choose to get married, rather than being stuck with a second rate runners’ up prize. Civil partnerships are, in their own way, an advance. But it is like telling black people they can get on the white peoples’ bus but only if they stand up for the journey.

Why is this idea important?

Gay people should be able to choose to get married, rather than being stuck with a second rate runners’ up prize. Civil partnerships are, in their own way, an advance. But it is like telling black people they can get on the white peoples’ bus but only if they stand up for the journey.

Gay Marriage

Please repeal section 11c of the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 – That a marriage is void if 'the parties are not respectively male and female'.

Civil partnerships were a step in the right direction, but let's follow Scandinavia's example and allow gay people to actually marry.  Not allowing it reinforces the perception that homosexuals are different and lesser than heterosexuals.  How can we call ourselves an equal society when gay marriage is still banned; like it's something to be afraid or ashamed of.  It would have no effect on heterosexual couples, and would mean the world to homosexual ones. 

I am a young female doctor, and, like most girls, I dream of getting married one day.  Not civil-partnershipped; married to the woman I love.  I feel so discriminated against, and saddened that my own country's government can treat me this way when I am giving them so much loyalty and service.  It's unbelievable that in 2010 gay people are STILL not recognised as equal members of society.

Please change it.  I want to get married!

Why is this idea important?

Please repeal section 11c of the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 – That a marriage is void if 'the parties are not respectively male and female'.

Civil partnerships were a step in the right direction, but let's follow Scandinavia's example and allow gay people to actually marry.  Not allowing it reinforces the perception that homosexuals are different and lesser than heterosexuals.  How can we call ourselves an equal society when gay marriage is still banned; like it's something to be afraid or ashamed of.  It would have no effect on heterosexual couples, and would mean the world to homosexual ones. 

I am a young female doctor, and, like most girls, I dream of getting married one day.  Not civil-partnershipped; married to the woman I love.  I feel so discriminated against, and saddened that my own country's government can treat me this way when I am giving them so much loyalty and service.  It's unbelievable that in 2010 gay people are STILL not recognised as equal members of society.

Please change it.  I want to get married!

Repeal Section 11(c) of the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973

This Section bans same sex marriage in this country. An item on the freedom bill repealing this section would there by allow equal marriage in this country. 

Why is this idea important?

This Section bans same sex marriage in this country. An item on the freedom bill repealing this section would there by allow equal marriage in this country.