The government has said it is committed to changing the law in England and Wales to allow bigots and homophobes to get married.
This follows last months u-turn when the Prime Minister announced that previously discriminated-against minorities, including homophones, home-owners and homo erectus could marry in a church, mosque or Asda.
Equality campaigners have long urged the government to look into the matter, saying that people with horrendous and offensive views are just as normal as everyone else.
But Ministers remain unclear about whether bigots should only be allowed to marry their own kind. “Mixed marriages between offensive people and liberal people rarely work”, Lynne Featherstone, Equalities Minister said when announcing the policy.
A further consultation will include an investigation of the rights of rude people who want to get involved in un-civil partnerships.