Participants in Marriage Equality march

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[00:00:00] This program is brought to you by pride in z.com. [00:00:05] My name is Bernie pack and I'm very very foldable. It's just you know, a basic human equal, right? Yeah. [00:00:13] I liked it. I liked about it's kind of silly that there's even a bill like it should just be like a human. You know, [00:00:19] I want to go to my my brother's wedding and my friends, weddings and mine. Yeah. [00:00:24] And I'm [00:00:26] so much more extravagant, the straight weddings like, come on, you're just cutting yourself off from a lot of cool parties that you know, not for the bill. [00:00:33] So you you know a lot of people that will be affected by the boat and the guys. [00:00:38] Love the guys love the guys. [00:00:39] Excellent, brilliant. Thanks. So thank you very much, Joe. No problem. My name is Josh. And I think that it is an extremely necessary step to the future of properly cutting out homophobia. [00:00:51] Hi, my name is Casey and I am so in support of the bow. Because I think that is one really important sip and gaining full equality for queer people. Totally. Do you guys know a lot of people that will be affected by the belt? I think that I like I don't know, people who the allies will open up a lot now that they're able to do this and will make a big impact on their lives. So I think that's really, really important, as [00:01:17] well. Yeah, definitely how myself. Pretty much most of my friends, the wider public, they'll be affected because obviously their opinions will have to shift. Cool. Thanks so much. I'm not ready yet. I think it's fantastic. I'm Christian, I think it's great. Yeah, why why do you Why do you guys didn't support it? But why are you guys in support of it, then? Um, well, I'm lesbian. And I guess it kind of just makes sense, like in terms of [00:01:44] not being discriminated against for something that is not wrong or not in your control in any way. And it's just I know, I think it's just time. It's time for us to move forward. Yeah, I'd agree with that. I think it's just about time that we got on board as a country. [00:02:00] Can I interview you? Right? Um, can you tell me your name and what you think of the boat, Harriet, or has? I think it's good. I think it's, we, you know, we're moving forward and our cultural times, and I feel New Zealand's needs to keep up with the other countries around the world who are doing the same thing. Totally. Um, so you think that being a marriage equality is an important? Yeah, I think that's the next step of long rights that need to be fulfilled, clearly. Um, so yeah. Are you pleased with the turnout here? Do you think us all happy with the turnout? I was I'm so happy and the weather so nice. It's gonna be a good day. Awesome. Awesome. Do you have confidence that the build better? Yes. complete confidence. Awesome. Thanks so much. You're [00:02:44] welcome. I think you do. Yeah. Yeah. [00:02:50] I met you in the bully. Oh, yeah, that's [00:02:56] no Rosella or Joe, or any or [00:03:01] Hi. [00:03:04] I'm Jen, listen, and we're covering the rally. I'll totally I'm like, I'm audio recording. [00:03:11] So I know that you on. [00:03:14] I will be back [00:03:15] with you face to show. [00:03:24] Okay, so [00:03:26] I'm here today because I think that, um, marriage equality is something that is really important and something that we as a country, so they should be endorsing. And kind of I guess I just I just think it's incredible. Yeah. And I have to show my support mainly. [00:03:44] Do you mind if I interview you? Yeah, sure. Can you tell me your name and what you think of the bell? I'm Courtney Phillips, and I don't agree with the bill. Where does it make sense? I support this right. Yeah, she support marriage equality. [00:03:59] What? Why? Why corner? [00:04:01] Oh, well, my parents used to own a gay bar. And we have lots of gay friends. And they all supported us also, kind of backing our friends and their values. So you know, a lot of people that will be affected by developing gifts. And how do you think New Zealand the rest of New Zealand will react to that though? To be honest, I'm not. Yeah, too. Well, yeah, I think but I think it's lack of knowledge. And they should be why stuff on it a little bit more. And then hopefully, they'll be on si. Do you think that? [00:04:35] I've got no idea to be honest. Yeah. Yeah. Cool. Thanks so much. And I'm sorry. Oh, and I think it's also have a nice Lego [00:04:45] trip. And [00:04:48] why do you support the bow? [00:04:50] Bow lovers library? Like what are Why can't the white rice Why can't I do it? Just because I love my students. I see no [00:04:57] reason to sit individuality on any [00:05:02] subject. Um, how do you think the rest of New Zealand will react to this, though? Um, I think he's yawns pretty good, Patrick. I think it's just the government. [00:05:12] The people that run it, the people enter a good it's the people that run it. [00:05:17] And do you think of a little pops? I hope so better? [00:05:42] Hey, do you mind if I interview you? [00:05:45] Could I get you to tell me your names and what you think about the bill? I'm the junior and I'm a lesbian. So I'm in total support of the bill. I can't wait. So I can say, Hi, I'm Allison. And I'm, of course, I'm in support of the bill of rights. [00:06:33] My name is Sarah. And I'm really proud to support a bill that will give equal rights to love of equal value. I think it's really important. And I'm confident that it will pass. Thanks so much. [00:07:14] Excuse me, can I interview you? Sure. Can you tell me your name and what you think of the marriage equality? Both? [00:07:20] Bob? And I support it? Yeah, yeah. Why [00:07:22] did why is that? [00:07:24] Well, I think gay people have had a pretty hard time. You know, over a long time, I don't see why they shouldn't be able to get married like everybody else. I think a lot of people these days don't get married anyway. I mean, love the fact our relationships and things, things like that. So yeah, I think the less you'll be able to get married, if I want to get married, [00:07:43] you know, do you [00:07:44] think the rest of New Zealand will have a similar opinion to you? [00:07:48] Well, the plane is insanely divided. So I really don't know about that. So that's going to be interesting to find out. [00:07:53] Do you [00:07:54] think the bill will pass? I think [00:07:56] it probably will. I think more and more people are getting more liberal and being married about these things that it's it's social progress. Really? Yeah. [00:08:03] Thanks so much. [00:08:06] Hey, do you mind if I interview you? [00:08:09] Um, can you tell me your name and with your in support of the Bellona? My name is Tracy, I'm absolutely as one of the CO and why is that? Why not? I haven't found one valid reason why they shouldn't be allowed to marry Xiaomi. One? And do you think the rest of New Zealand will have the same deal with you? And of course they want that's why we're out there at parties soon. But I think that a lot of people do. I don't know. Some people have different reasons why they do what they don't. But I don't think everyone will have to say my name. But I [00:08:39] do think [00:08:42] thanks. [00:09:29] Do you mind if I interview you? Okay, tell me your name and with your in support of the Bellona? [00:09:34] I'm Jim and I am. [00:09:39] It's about time that everyone got a call they know that [00:09:42] doesn't matter who you're in love with, if you want to, they wouldn't want you to get out of it. Oh, [00:09:45] thanks. And um, do you think the rest of us will have the same view as you? But [00:09:49] I hope so. [00:09:53] I think it probably well, it's about time, I mean, simply moving that way that the people, you know, they were kind of getting the idea that, you know, the old fashioned views as well, they were old fashioned now that they don't have [00:10:08] there's no reason for them to not be [00:10:11] equal marriage now. [00:10:12] Thank you so much. [00:10:21] Gentlemen. [00:10:23] Of course, you may. Excellent. Um, can you tell me whether you're in support of the [00:10:27] support of the balance? Well, [00:10:28] why Why are you in? [00:10:31] One because? [00:10:35] To me, that's actually my I [00:10:41] will agree with you. Like the majority that [00:10:47] I was involved in the early stages of the civil union discussion was eight years ago. [00:10:53] There was just no public sector [00:10:58] was now done. [00:11:41] You [00:11:46] tell me your names and whether you're in support of a bill or not? [00:11:50] Yes, I'm totally. [00:11:57] Like, you cannot quantify it. That everybody has a right to and they should be able to be with whoever they feel. Oh. [00:12:07] Do you think the rest of the Zealand are in agreement with you? [00:12:11] Yes. Yeah. I think the majority are with us and you think the bill will pass? Hopefully yeah, hopefully I hope it will. [00:12:37] Marriage holidays, working really hard to organize

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