Marriage equivalence has an effect on the well-being of LGBQ people, in terms of mental health as well as physical health. Authorizing marriage would help to normalize same-sex associations and decrease discrimination against LGBQ society.
For conducting a fruitful PR campaign the Irish government should make a comprehensive to oriented investigation about the target audience, which will be helpful in recognizing and analyzing diverse phases of crowd’s behavior and attitude. The government should focus on own performance and perception of people about them. Develop aims and objectives of planned PR campaign which involves framing effective and results-oriented strategies. Fruitful PR campaign must drive to increase public backing for same-sex marriages. The government can also implement a Digital Campaign for conveying its message to the people of Ireland.
The government should also know about the modern varying inclinations in social media like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube so that an indication can be grasped about the people’s attitude about referendum.
I would say yes to LGBQ marriages. I have listened to the disagreement about the current same sex marriages going on in Dublin and it sounds like some people are insecure that this act will diminish their heterosexual union. I assume gay/Lesbian should be permitted to marry other gay/Lesbian if that is what they desire. I am against everything that shows inequality and injustice to any cast, creed or gender.