Those opposed to same sex marriage say it is now only a matter of time before two people they’ve never even met will be allowed to tie the knot.
“Enjoy it while it lasts,” said Robert Jacobs, a ‘no’ campaigner. “Because soon the law will change and a whole swath of people who I have absolutely nothing to do with will be able to enter into a contract that I won’t be privy to”.
Roberta Grisharm said she was concerned that her life may be seriously unaffected. “Right now, two people who I don’t know cannot get legally married. Soon, those same two people, who I still don’t know, will be able to get married. Where are my rights?”
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