A Catholic archbishop spoke of gay marriage in critical terms, and was roundly and soundly bashed by media.
But what’s interesting is this Catholic only said what a Muslim leader had previously stated — and yet the Muslim was handed a free pass.
Why is that?
The Herald Sun has the story:
Strange. A Catholic archbishop says something about gay marriage that a Muslim leader said, too, only worse. But only one is savaged. Why? With Sharri Markson on The Bolt Report.
Archbishop Mark Coleridge:
That love is like the love of friends… It is love and it is valuable but it’s not and it can’t be the kind of love that we call marriage… Parents can’t marry their children, children can’t marry their parents… Sibling marrying sibling has always been ruled out. People underage have been disqualified from marrying but so too people of the same sex.
We might love our mum and dad intensively but you don’t denigrate that love with sexual behaviour,… We should all love each other but that type of love ends in denigrating people; there is nothing to stop you from having the utmost love for your friends who might be the same gender but it doesn’t mean you strip naked together and start doing things.
And yet it’s the Catholic who fields the media fire.
Double standards — concessions to Islam.
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