The Scottish government's consultation on bringing in same-sex marriage has had about 50,000 responses.
SNP ministers favour the move but it is opposed by big religious organisations such as the Church of Scotland and the Roman Catholic Church.
Submissions to the 14-week consultation close at midnight on Friday.
The government is now considering whether to change the law after getting one of the biggest reactions to a consultation it has ever had.
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