At 0.34 you mention surragacy and adoption. Neither of these points are connected with the marriage referendum. Both are covered under a separate bill, The Children and Family Relationships Act, 2015.
at 0.39 you mention children being made to order or deliberatly being deprived of a Mum or Dad. Again, this is covered under The Children and Family Relationships Act, 2015, and has nothing to do with the marriage referendum.
If you have a problem specifically with surragacy you should speak to your nearest politician. Heterosexual couples have used and continue to use surragacy.
If you believe marriage is only about procreation, then would you consider a ban on older couples or infertile couples from getting married?
In some third world countries there is still a requirement for virginity tests before a girl can be married off. I personally think Ireland is better than that but please enlighten me on your feelings in this matter.
In relation to progress, its not a very long time ago since young girls who became pregant before marriage, or through rape or incest, were sent to work houses and orphanages where their children were kept from them or sold to wealthy Americans.
I think modern Ireland see's this type of action as a shameful part of our history but I'd be happy to hear your thoughts.
As a parent myself I look forward to seeing this referendum being passed and the country grow as adults to become a more welcoming and equal nation that we could and should be.