On Everyday Prejudice.

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Alcoholic Kind of Mood

I’ve been watching the progress of the Marriage (same sex couples) Bill through parliament. On the day of debate, I was keeping tabs on it via the Guardian’s politics twitter feed (I was at work – no BBC parliament for me) and I was extremely interested in some of the debates. Of course, I was biased. I much preferred the speeches in support (shockingly). But it was still surprising to me how much some of the arguments against still hurt. I thought I was old enough, perhaps thick-skinned enough for it not to bother me any more. To not care what other people thought of me. And in many ways, I don’t care what people think of me. I don’t care if you think I’m going to hell. I don’t care if you think that marriage is only about your religion (oh, and how I longed for the separation of…

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