Is your vote yes or no for same-sex mar­riage? Why?

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◗ Sam Kent, Lis­more: “No. If peo­ple want a same-sex re­la­tion­ship, that’s fine, but mar­riage was de­signed to be be­tween a man and a wo­man.” ◗ Ian Browne, Bud­erim: “No. I think it might open a can of worms. See­ing how this has split fam­i­lies and so­ci­ety, I wouldn’t like to go any fur­ther down that road.” ◗ Mad­di­son Cu­sick, Mackay: “Yes. Any­one should have the right to marry any­one they want to. It is about free love. They have the right to do what they want.” ◗ Rae Jef­fery, Miriam Vale: “I was def­i­nitely go­ing to vote yes but I’ve seen some re­ports now and I think it might be a whole big can of worms, so I’m not re­ally sure.” ◗ Karen Ger­chow, Bras­sall: “I will be vot­ing yes be­cause I re­ally don’t care what peo­ple do. If they’re in love then why shouldn’t they be able to get mar­ried? ◗ Reece Lawrence, Rock­hamp­ton: “I voted yes as soon as I could, be­cause I be­lieve mar­riage should be open to any adult cou­ple who love each other, re­gard­less of gen­der or sex­ual ori­en­ta­tion.” ◗ Eloise Duggan, Toowoomba: “Yes. I think ev­ery­one is de­serv­ing of love and to be legally recog­nised as the part­ner of who they love.” ◗ Trista Blake, Gympie: “Yes, I be­lieve in equal­ity for all and you should be able to marry who you want.”

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