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Love Island describes as ‘a conservative conspiracy’ by lefty writer

Love Island describes as ‘a conservative conspiracy’ by lefty writer

James Bickerton July 15, 2017 0

Are you watching ‘Love Island’? ITV2’s hit reality TV series. It’s not a problem if you are. I won’t tell. I’m sure we can concoct some vaguely convincing excuse – you were watching if

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The Stigma of Not Wanting to Get Married or Have Kids

The Stigma of Not Wanting to Get Married or Have Kids

Sam Woolfe March 20, 2014 0

There is a heavy stigma attached to people who don’t (and don’t want to) get married or have kids. Both are essentially rites of passage in modern society. I myself don’t have any urge

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Why libertarians shouldn’t support the right of religion to opt-out of same-sex marriage

Why libertarians shouldn’t support the right of religion to opt-out of same-sex marriage

Christina Annesley February 25, 2014 7

I’m going to hold my hands up here – I don’t really care about freedom of religion. I’m an atheist, I don’t think religion provides a net positive contribution to the world, I think

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What can Macklemore teach libertarians?

What can Macklemore teach libertarians?

Daniel Pryor June 4, 2013 2

It takes a special type of person to enjoy canvassing, leafleting and telling on election nights. I’ve done them all myself, and consequently can be placed firmly in said category of ‘special’. But such

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Humanist Marriages Becoming More Popular

Humanist Marriages Becoming More Popular

Sam Woolfe May 15, 2013 2

  A humanist wedding is like any other wedding – it is a ceremony where the partners can express their commitment to a life-long partnership with each other. It takes place in the company

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Should Polygamy Be Legalised?

Should Polygamy Be Legalised?

Sam Woolfe May 8, 2013 0

  Polygamy, or a marriage involving more than two partners, is illegal in most countries. Polygamous marriages may not be performed in the UK, and if one is performed then the already married person

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Marriage: An Irrelevance For The Thinking Person

Marriage: An Irrelevance For The Thinking Person

Backbencher March 13, 2013 25

  Marriage today is a simplistic and often patronising institution that is irrelevant for the thinking person, argues Simon Camp. Now – before I defend the above statement, bear with me while I explain

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Conservatives care about marriage. Libertarians should too.

Conservatives care about marriage. Libertarians should too.

Backbencher February 6, 2013 4

  A resentment for the state has made conservatives and libertarians bed fellows. It’s an uncomfortable relationship; a marriage of convenience. They can both bang on about cutting faster and deeper, debate, or wait

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