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The Project Marriage equality
The Project Marriage equality
You're watching The Project Marriage equality Prominent opponents of marriage equality say their counterparts have resorted to bullying and trying to shut down debate. Is it reasonable to accuse those fighting against discrimination in the Marriage Act of being discriminatory themselves?

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Marriage equality

Tue 16 May 2017 in 3 months

Prominent opponents of marriage equality say their counterparts have resorted to bullying and trying to shut down debate. Is it reasonable to accuse those fighting against discrimination in the Marriage Act of being discriminatory themselves?

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