A paedophile apologist sat on the top table (Tatchell wrote a letter to The Guardian in 1997 excusing sex with 9 year olds) and was clapped, whilst a pro-marriage MP (Ian Paisley Jr no less!) was supported by a handful.
Lets not even mention the "right on" non-Catholic claptrap espoused by Sinn Fein's spokesman.
Chatting about this to one of my children we couldn't figure out how, given even the most slanted polling puts those in favour of "gay marriage" (sic) at 70%, the BBC manages to put up an audience in one of most Catholic and Protestant places in the UK, and gets it split 95 to 5.
That's not mention the fact that virtually every single presenter and guest (bar a handful of Tory MPs) on the BBC is in favour of the extreme homosexual agenda.
If you believed the spin, UKIP wouldn't be surging in the poles, the population wouldn't be broadly split (in fact most want no change when told homosexuals get no extra rights).
This is a culture war. The enemies of marriage are trying to bulldoze all opposition. The mad extremists are trying to paint defenders of marriages as "bigots" akin to KKK lynch mobs. In reality once this law is passed, it will be Christian teachers, registrars, council workers etc who face the sack for not believing in their laughable oxymoron.
Marriage has always been and will always be, between a man and a woman. Anything else is an abomination. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise.