Add this html code inside the <body> of the page you want to index, specifing the urls that are against, in the "data-against" attribute:
<a id="badge-conpinion" data-against="http://website.com/opinion-against/, http://website.com/opinion-against-2/, http://website.com/opinion-against-3/" href="http://www.conpinion.com/referrer-link" target='_blank'><img src="http://www.conpinion.com/referrer"></a>
It lets us know you want to index the page and shows the Conpinion Badge so your readers can upvote your opinion and follow your debate:
Specify your url in the "Main page" field.
Specify all the urls against yours in "Pages that go against the Main page" field, separating them with a comma.
The web pages against yours must express an opinion different from yours.
If the web page you want to index is an article expressing an opinion explicitly, the web pages against it must be articles expressing a different opinion as explicitly as yours. They can't be a generic page such as an home page with just a list of links and no opinions expressed explicitly. Examples:
http://edition.cnn.com/2017/06/01/politics/hillary-clinton-2016/index.html can be against http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/06/01/trump-clinton-spar-on-twitter-after-rips-russia-for-election-loss.html while it can't be against http://www.foxnews.com/politics.html