Why fighting bullying is more important than marriage
November 1, 2011
It’s all about gay marriage, David Cameron wants it legalised – and so a Tory PM has audaciously outpaced a US Democrat President who says his views on gay marriage are ‘evolving’. Gay marriage has become the activists’ battle cry: it’s sexy, emotional, and the pictures rock in the papers. But more pressing, difficult and less sexy is the battle to get the next generation safely to the church on time.
The same day that Cameron declared his aim to legalise gay marriage, it was announced that Braon McInerney, a heterosexual and troubled Californian teen who shot dead Larry King, a young gay (and troubled) teen, in a California classroom would stand trial for murder in an adult court for a second time after the first case was declared a mistrial.
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