Many gays and their families seem to think that ALP is the party of gay rights, but is that true? We look at something politicians can’t spin – how they’re going to vote on the issue.
What does that video game, The Sims, have to do with marriage equality? Perhaps not much, but it does show us how the world should be according to guest writer, Rebecca Colmer.
Gay-movement elder, Doug Pollard, gave an incredibly moving speech at the Melbourne rally for marriage equality. You can read it here.
There is a chain email going around that questions the sexuality of one of the loudest opponents of marriage equality in Australia.
The Christian Lobby likes to give people the impression it speaks for every Christian on the planet. It doesn’t and some Christians want the ACL to know that they have it all wrong.
We shouldn’t be distracted by the news from Tasmania – the religious right will have their day in court and they have the constitution on their side.
Can a Facebook page make any meaningful difference in the fight for equality? Andrea Free looks at this question and answers how they can make a big difference.
Because marriage means different things to different people, the symbolism of marriage shouldn’t be written into our laws. Our laws need to be written to give each individual the freedom to bring their own symbolism to marriage.
Every family is unique, but at the core of every loving family is acceptance. This is the story of a same-sex couple, their son and two daughters, a catholic mother, her children, the passport office and the wisdom of children.
Even though the marriage act does not mention children, the welfare of children is central to the debate on same-sex marriage. The fact is legalising same-sex marriage will protect children.