An estimated 2,000 people filled Cayman’s capital on Saturday (13 April) to rally against same-sex marriage in the Cayman Islands. It comes on the heels of the Government saying it will appeal a court decision made last month that would allow same-sex couples to marry in Cayman. The protest was called “say no to same-sex marriage”. Pastor Andrew Ebanks said “There is only one definition of marriage, marriage is between one man and one woman, anything else is not marriage,” he told the crowd. “This has become such a hot point in our community and in our culture because it is seeking to change the fabric of our society at such a fundamental level and just so we are clear, we are not here today because we hate anyone we are here today to stand for what we believe is right.”

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