There was a very large rally today in Paris against French Government plans for the introduction of marriage between
A report is available on the BBC Website: BBC News - Gay marriage opponents mass in Paris for final rally
However, even more interesting is the analysis provided by the BBC in an earlier article published on Jan 29 as to why
anti-gay marriage activists have been successful in getting out huge numbers for their cause.
Link here: BBC News - France's gay marriage fight
What lessons can both pro and anti-gay marriage campaigners in Ireland take from this mobilisation of large numbers of
people for retention of the status quo? Opinions, please.