Hundreds of gay couples are preparing to form civil partnerships in the coming weeks as the law changes after decades of campaigning. At least 1,200 ceremonies are confirmed as being scheduled already and registrars are preparing for the first ceremonies, with couples permitted to register from Monday morning.
So how do you feel about it? There sure wasn't the same outcry on our side of the pond as there was over 'there'. Are us Brit's simply more tolerant? Less prejudiced? Have we taken the Biblical Blinkers off? Or are we all just doomed to a future of Sodomite morals and perversity?
Personally I think there are only two realistic options; scrap marriage or allow it for all.