Gay mar­riage de­bate

The Church of England - - LETTERS - Tony Culling­ford, Tewkes­bury

Sir, Af­ter a lengthy and ab­sorb­ing con­ver­sa­tion with my son, it melted down to a dis­agree­ment about the term “Gay Mar­riage”. We agreed that a cer­e­mony could be per­formed by two gay peo­ple, when their vows were in essence as bind­ing as in a mar­riage be­tween a man and a woman.

It ended with him keep­ing to his ideas, and me say­ing that I could ac­cept a new term, such as “Zeugma” which we Oldies had met in our English “O” Lev­els. But for me the term “Gay Mar­riage” still re­mains off lim­its.

Per­haps one of your more IT minded read­ers might try to pop­u­larise this on So­cial Me­dia?!

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