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23-Jun-2019 16:09

Arlene Foster, the DUP leader, has vowed to continue blocking any attempt to pass same-sex marriage at Stormont despite majority support for the legislation.

“I could not care less what people get up to in terms of their sexuality, that’s not a matter for me – when it becomes a matter for me is when people try to redefine marriage,” Ms Foster said earlier this year.

actor Bronagh Waugh and Rainbow Project director John O'Doherty led demonstrators.

Mr O'Doherty told political leaders nice words at election time were not enough, saying: “We need action.

He appealed to the DUP not to block any bid to legalise it.

“I hope the next time round that the Holy Spirit will descend upon them and we will see that it is fair, that it functions well in every other part of the UK, why should Northern Ireland be any different?

Delivering his judgement Mr Justice O’Hara rejected both cases, insisting the ban did not violate the rights of LGBT couples in the region, adding it was for the Stormont Assembly to judge to decide social policy in Northern Ireland.

"I would have preferred to have a marriage than a civil partnership than go to the trouble of converting it if that happens in future years.” She added: “What this is about is equality.

“He loves all the people and he especially loves all the colours," she added.

Two landmark court challenges against the ban on same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland have been dismissed by the country’s High Court.

The judge in Belfast heard the cases together due to the similarities of the legal arguments.

The first case – known as Petition X due an anonymity order – involved two men who married in London in 2014 and were attempting to get their union recognised in Northern Ireland.

Prostitution was both highly visible and pervasive in 18th-century Dublin, centred on Temple Bar and reflected the whole spectrum of socioeconomic class, from street prostitutes, through organised brothels to high class courtesans, who were often illegitimate daughters of the upper class. The role of the prostitute in 18th century Ireland was at least partly a product of the double standard of female sexuality.



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