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Gay wedding ban sparks cruise boycott call

The BBC is reporting, “Carnival Corporation, the cruise firm that owns P&O and Cunard, is facing a boycott from LGBT travellers after halting gay weddings on some ships.
The company was forced to stop allowing same-sex unions on its ships that are registered in Bermuda.

The British Overseas Territory legalised gay weddings in May last year, but the law was repealed last month following a change of government.

That legally prevented Carnival from allowing same-sex ceremonies on board.”

I am personally opposed to boycotts. I also believe that Carnival is abiding by the law and I applaud them for doing so.

Click on the link below for the full story.

http://www.bbc.com/news/business-43542805

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