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“I feel that it would be insulting to say ‘let’s get married again’ as if it wasn’t real in the first place.” “We married when we wanted to,” adds Campbell, “we feel empowered that we’re more in tune with our society than our own government"."Conservative Christians are now depicting themselves as potential victims of discrimination.I wouldn’t want to put my parents in the situation that they have to make the call because it’s not right,” he says.
We are very excited to share this special news with you along with our friends and family. #love #gettingmarried #New Zealand”Tim shared the same post, much to the joy of their many thousands of Instagram fans and share that they’ll be marrying in New Zealand where same-sex marriage was legalised in April 2013.
But at the moment I love our life and what we have together.
If we should ever change our minds, we would consider adoption because there’s so many children out there who need a loving home and a support network.” They are both fortunate to have loving families of their own who have always accepted their partners.
The couple believes their marriage has changed their relationship for the better.
“Getting married did make a difference to us,” Campbell explains, “it put that huge romantic icing on the cake and given us that extra piece of unity.” On a practical level, it’s also helped with their many work trips to the USA especially when it comes to joint earnings and taxation.