I had hoped this sarcasm and other such nonsense might stop once the bill was passed.
That's the last of it from me.
Ultimately, I still hold that I simply don't understand the point of the opposition. It has precisely zero effect on the existing institution with the sole exception of making it more inclusive, and I personally hold inclusiveness to be a value worth pursuing (having been a bit of a social outlier myself through my younger years, though not for that reason).
The whole debate, to me, is silly. I can't see why it was even an issue at all. Their relationships were legal, why should they not be legally recognised as well? Sure I've heard all the "for the children" arguments, but those fall flat in the face of evidence that single parents can raise children too.
Yes I think you have stated your opinion quite clearly many many times, I don't think anyone here doesn't understand your position. What I don't understand is why you are continuing to state your position now that the law has passed.