Thousands march in Dublin for same-sex marriage

by Rex Wockner

Several thousand people marched in Dublin, Ireland, Aug. 22 demanding legalization of same-sex marriage and denouncing the nation's new same-sex-partnership law for conferring a second-class status.
The march, from City Hall to the Justice Department, was organized by the LGBT activist group Noise.
Organizers said the gay community cannot be pacified with a separate system because that does not create equality.

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