What does marriage mean to you?

Last updated 12:41 27/02/2013

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Louisa Wall's Marriage (Definition of Marriage) Amendment Bill looks has passed into law. Along with the political hand-wringing that's come with Wall's proposed marriage equality legislation, there has been a great deal of debate, protests and marches.

The issue of marriage equality has rattled the social consciousness of our nation but it has also highlighted the question: What is marriage?

Is it a religious symbol of your commitment? Is it a license that gives some legal framework to your relationship? Is it simply a social stamp of approval for cohabitation? Or is it more; is it some indefinable bond between two people? Stuff wants the answers.

Tell us what marriage - what your marriage - means to you.

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