Kalley Yanta of the Minnesota Marriage Minute explains:
"The news media is full of examples of negative consequences as a result of Canada's redefinition of marriage. Some examples: recently a national sportscaster, Damian Goddard, was fired for tweeting his support for traditional marriage. Bishop Frederick Henry of Calgary was investigated by the Alberta Human Rights Commission for doing little more than writing about the Catholic Church's teaching on homosexuality in a newspaper column. Several court cases have been fired challenging Canada's laws against polygamy, using the same arguments that led to the imposition of same-sex marriage. A study commissioned by then-Prime Minster Paul Martin concluded that 'laws banning polygamy are discriminatory' and should be repealed."
She adds many more examples: