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Can love and political hardship co-exist?

LGBT+ people experience horrors all over the world. Bullying. Suicide. Hate crime. Human rights abuses. Is it wrong, therefore, for those of us in comparatively liberal countries to settle down into families, just like straight people do? 1,503 more words


Ooh Yes I Do! has been nominated at the Bride Book Wedding Awards 2017

BrideBook is very excited to be introducing their very first wedding awards and I’m very pleased that my book Ooh Yes I Do! is in the running for Best Wedding Stationery! 96 more words

An open letter

This is an open letter to every Christian out there, of any sexuality, who is either; against Equal Marriage or else undecided. This is not aimed at any specific person but all of the stories mentioned are based on interactions with actual people. 1,725 more words

Equal Marriage

Radical Equal Love

The issue of marriage equality is in focus around the world. In Australia the big news recently is that the plebiscite which the ruling Liberal party was seeking to hold has been halted after the opposition Labor party voted against it. 160 more words

News Story

Enough already with #loveislove

A lot of same-sex marriage advocates really like the hashtag #loveislove. I don’t. It’s harmful.

Today deputy leader of the opposition, Tanya Plibersek, tweeted this in support of same-sex marriage in Australia: 468 more words

Queer Stuff

Australia: Latest Poll Reveals Majority Of Australians Want Parliament To Deliver Marriage Equality

  • 53% of Australians want the parliament to resolve the issue if the proposed plebiscite bill fails
  • More than two thirds (68%) of Australians don’t support public funding for plebiscite campaigns…
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AME: "The Plebiscite Legislation Fails The Australians It Affects"

Australian Marriage Equality (AME) has said the Plebiscite (Same-Sex Marriage) Bill is not a fair proposal for the very people it affects, and it doesn’t provide any detail about how the Marriage Act will change if the ‘Yes’ campaign wins the plebiscite. 234 more words