Women wearing a Phrygian cap demonstrate with supporters of the "La Manif Pour Tous" (Protest for Everyone) movement to defend their vision of the traditional family, on February 2, 2014, in Paris.AFP PHOTO / ERIC FEFERBERG
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Thousands of demonstrators began gathering in Paris and Lyon on Sunday in a renewed protest against France's legalisation of gay marriage, which has mobilised conservatives of all stripes.Organisers and police expected tens of thousands of people to join the marches against the Socialist government's "Marriage for All" law.Ahead of the protests, Interior Minister Manuel Valls vowed that any violence against police would be dealt with severely.The protests are organised by "Demonstration for All", a right-wing umbrella group that emerged in response to the gay marriage law, passed last year.
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