I think there is a difference between not opposing a government law and in personally agreeing with something as well. I agree that civil marriage laws should not be based on peoples' religious beliefs or prejudices. Religious marriage laws are up to the authorities and the members of the religion in question. What people personally feel about the issue may not reflect what the government is doing, or what the religion is doing, however. This discussion seems to be focus on changing civil marriage laws and on that issue it is difficult to find a legitimate objection to why it should not be done, but there may well be personal objections or discomfort with it.
Originally Posted by Amneris
i agree with this entire post.

i also agree with subbrock in that opposition to gay marriage and homophobia do not necessarily go hand-in-hand. i don't have a fear of polygomists. i understand why they feel their lifestyle is appropriate or normal for them, but i do not agree with their ideals and do not think it should be legal.
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