A message from Adam Elliot

I see so many sad couples around me who fight, argue and perhaps should go their separate ways. What saddens me the most, however, is that these heterosexual couples, have more rights than my partner and I who have been together for seven very loving years.

He is my soul mate, my best friend and the person I want to devote myself to for the rest of my life. We have never argued, kept secrets or hurt one another. Our relationship is strong, respectful, monogamous and deeply loving. It’s a shame that we can’t marry and share the same rights under the law as heterosexual couples.

Things are changing however, and hopefully in my lifetime the rest of the world will finally see that at the end of the day,  it’s all about love!

Comments for “A message from Adam Elliot”

  1. Anonymous

    >It is a shame and I too hope that one day our culture, collectively, will mature enough to let go of the fear of all things different. I commend you and your partner for creating such a healthy relationship. What you describe is something few couples, of any orientation, manage to achieve.



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