which has long been overdue according to the equality minister Mrs Featherstone. So far straight weddings have not been civilised so this would be a highly overdue amendment to the equality bill. However the ban on religious elements in civilised partnerships has to stay in place as it would offend the spirit of impartiality embedded in the civil partnership act. To put any religious element into a civilised ceremony would be politically incorrect as it would offend religious fundamentalists of any type, so it has to stay clean. A religious ceremony can only take place in a religious place of worship, and no religious elements are allowed in proximity of any public servant for reasons of political correctness.
As it is a human right to pretend to be religious we also have the human right to get married in a sacred place of their choice and anyone has an equal right to feel offended by such action.
We still have to overcome the problem of gender preference posed by the fact that most and in some religious orders all the people administering the ceremony are male which clearly is not acceptable, so currently there is legislation in preparation that in future people administering marriage ceremonies have to be neutered to avoid any gender bias of the ceremony, as sex is clearly the underlying problem in the whole process. Now whether creationist or evolutionist, it is clear that either creation or evolution has failed to obey the equality act and the ministry for equality will go a long way to rectify that fault.