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#BBCtrending: Irish gay marriage brings Armagayddon

1 September 2014 Last updated at 13:54 BST

A parody video about gay marriage has sparked a debate about the issue in the Republic of Ireland.

Armagayddon pokes fun at how Ireland will change if same sex marriage is introduced. It was made by the gay rights group LGBT Noise and has been viewed over 200,000 times on YouTube.

Civil partnerships have been available in the Republic of Ireland since 2011. The country is due to vote on same sex marriage in a referendum next year.

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