Guy Brandon Posted: 9 May 2012
Keywords: Sex & Families,
The Coalition for Marriage's (C4M) petition to retain the traditional definition of marriage in the face of the goverment's plans to redefine it has attracted more than 500,000 signatures since it was launched in February.
You can now feed back to the government on its consultation using the web forms provided on the C4M site. Participants are encouraged to engage with the first two questions of the consulation, which deal with the core issue of redefining marriage. The first question asks whether you agree with proposals to redefine marriage to apply to all couples, regardless of gender; the second regards the reasons for your decision.
If you would like to engage with the full consultation, it can be found on the Home Office website. The process includes 16 questions and is estimated to take around 20 minutes.