“Why most Canadian gays and lesbians are choosing not to marry”

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Lengthy article at this website, below are the opening paragraphs:

Legalized same-sex marriage recently celebrated its third anniversary in Canada. Yet the majority of Canadian gays and lesbians are still choosing not to get married.

Despite initial predictions by some same-sex marriage advocates that gays and lesbians would flock to the altar, the 2006 census found that only 17 percent of homo couples in Canada are tying the knot : compared to about 80 percent of straight couples.

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