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The Inequality of Gay Marriage

Michael McDowell, the justice minister of Ireland, is already making noises that Ireland should legalize "civil partnerships," but with a curious stipulation.

While Ireland divorce law requires couples to be separated for a minimum of four years before they file for a divorce, the article notes of McDowell:

He said it would be unreasonable for Ireland to impose the same system on people ending a civil partnership. He said such people should be "free to formalize a new relationship" without waiting for four years.

Makes you wonder about the supposed commitment of these "committed relationships."


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