UK, Scotland: X-Factor Finalist Melanie Masson Speaks Out For Marriage Equality

Written by scott on September 3rd, 2013

Scottish Singer Melanie MassonScottish singer Melanie Masson, who recently appeared in the British version of the X-Factor, is speaking out for marriage equality.

Pink News reports:

The Scottish singer, of Glasgow, who was a contestant in series 9 of the X Factor back in 2012, spoke out at the Daily record Our Heroes award. Speaking backstage at the awards the she explains “I support equal marriage because I think in 2013 two people in love should be allowed to be together – to legally wed if they choose to, regardless of sex.” She adds, “If Scotland passes the equal marriage law I would be so proud. It’s something that I feel very passionate about, because the idea of two people in love not being allowed to be recognised, from a love point of view and also from a legal point of view, is appalling.”

Scotland recently announced that it was going to fast-track the marriage equality bill – which means it won’t be ready for the Royal Assent until next March. How long would it have taken if they didn’t fast-track it?

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