Well we all know that gays are divided on that issue as well. I empathise most with those who want civil partnerships rather than 'marriage' because the latter implies a needless rejection of the values and beliefs of others.
'Others' does not mean 'the former'... it means everyone who wishes to preserve the traditional view of marriage. It's not only gramatically clear from what I said but self-evident that those whose values are being rejected by the gay 'marriage' lobby are all those who wish to preserve the traditional meaning of marriage.
Come back when you have less on your plate.
You're quite right to imagine that I'm not going to be wasting any more time correcting basic errors just because you can't or won't take the time to read what I've said with sufficient care.
I thought originally that your "others" were people who don't want the legal definition of marriage changed, and I was arguing about the "others" who DO want it changed. Then you told me I had my knickers twisted so I went back and tried to see what else you could have meant, and that was all I could come up with.
You also did not read my comments with enough care or you would have understood (or at least acknowledged) who I meant originally by others, not just who you meant.
Sadly, life calls, and I have to go participate in society now, so feel free to take your time formulating your response.
_________________________ We are STILL what we repeatedly do - insists Aristotle
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