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Dublin Campaign Advocates for Full Marriage Equality

A new campaign on public transit in Dublin Ireland advocates for full civil marriage. Irish media expects the quote "Jesus Had 2 Dads and Turned Out Fine" to cause some controversy:

Civimarriag The gay rights group Noise, a group campaigning for marriage equality for same-sex couples, is launching the new poster campaign on Dublin city public transport this Monday.

The posters highlight the difference between Civil Partnership and Civil Marriage, pointing out that Civil Partnership, which was recently legaized in Ireland  is not equality. The group also unveiled its new-look website to coincide with the launch.

Noise organiser Max Krzyzanowski says the posters are a specific  reminder to the public and the government that gay people still don’t have the same rights as straight people.

Ireland's civil partnerships went into effect on April 5.

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  1. Thanks for posting this Andy. Although we have Civil unions the movement for full absolute equality is growing apace.....We also have the strongest legislation in the EU against discrimination in housing, work place, public service contracts, even being served in a pub !
    We may be bankrupt, unable to pay our debts.......but at least we can look each other in the eye with some shred of dignity.
    I like the poster and have followed any bigoted comment on "Ireland Central" to quash the same.

    Posted by: JackFknTwist | Apr 21, 2011 11:08:13 AM


  2. Or as I like to say, "Jesus came from a non-traditional family." But I love the two-daddies version too.

    Posted by: David R. | Apr 21, 2011 1:03:09 PM


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