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  1. Phil says

    The issues are framed completely differently in France than in the US, in terms of the French notions of “Liberty, Fraternity and Equality”. The blond man says: “I am against marriage but I am pro-Liberty. So it is important for me to be here.”

    Our side will prevail in France. Without the religious component having much weight, it is a much simpler decision for society. Vive La France!

  2. Jeep says

    The discrepancy between organizers’ and police estimate of the number of participants is traditional in France. According to the police only 70 000 thousands marched against marriage equality in November. It’s pretty close to those who marched yesterday, all the more so since march in support of gay rights tend to attract people who stand by the march and are not counted. Besides, it’s very unusual for the French to march in support of a law, and of a law which has every chance of passing in Parliament. My point, the march was a significant success for marriage equality.

  3. says

    But, at this time, “PuChi” on suddenly laughed then stood up to “teacher, now we have all grown up, some things can own. Parents are very busy, and it always find parents not affect the relationship between us and the parents? Say, if we really don’t want to learn, even if you find the parents, or parents punish us, not is still the same. Don’t like just don’t like, and how can be demand? We need some free space, don’t make us,” now we’re in a rebellious period, don’t you want to have what uncontrollable things happen?”

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