Why our new same-sex marriage is not yet equal marriage

Jul 20, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: New Statesman

The first challenge to the ban on same-sex marriage at Westminster Registry Office on 19 March 1992.

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Because neither partner can conceive? Just asking!
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TerryE wrote:
Because neither partner can conceive? Just asking!
Regards, Terri
Actually, if they are female, both/either can conceive. Just sayin.

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