“We just want to be treated equally”

No-one should be discriminated against because of their sexual orientation – or postcode. Yet, that's exactly what these LGBTI teens in Belfast are facing. Northern Ireland is the only part of the UK where marriage between same-sex couples is still illegal. But now is our chance to demand change. Tell Northern Ireland politicians and the UK government: it’s time for marriage equality.

Say yes to marriage equality in Northern Ireland

Love: a human right

“We just want to be treated equally”

“When I’m a bit older, I want to be able to marry the love of my life. Why would the government want to stop me doing that?” Cameron Brown, 18

“One day, I want to be able to get married, with my family and friends around me.” Amelia Clarke, 18

“I refuse to be a second-class citizen in my own country.” Shay Love, 18

No-one should face discrimination based on their sexual orientation – or their postcode.

It’s time for marriage equality in Northern Ireland

Despite overwhelming support from the public and among Northern Ireland’s politicians, progress on marriage equality has been blocked.

But, with a potential new government on the horizon, now is our chance to demand a guarantee of equal marriage.

Join us - tell Northern Ireland’s party leaders and the UK government: Everyone should have the freedom to marry who they choose - it’s time for marriage equality in Northern Ireland.

We are proud to be partnering with Love Equality - the campaign for civil marriage equality in Northern Ireland.