Two men marry, but gay rights groups are up in arms: Find out why


by Howard Portnoy

Travis McIntosh is a 23-year-old engineering student at University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand. Matt McCormick, whom McIntosh has known since he was 6, is a 24-year-old teacher at Musselburgh School, also in Dunedin. Yesterday, the pair became husband and husband in front of sixty witnesses — family and friends — at Eden Park, in Auckland.

You might expect that the gay community Down Under would be supportive of the union, if not ecstatic over yet another victory in the name of “marriage equality,” but they are anything but. Why? Because McIntosh and McCormick are both heterosexuals.

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