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