‘It’s not okay to vote No’: Boss fires worker over same-sex marriage views

Sep 19, 2017 by

from ABC Australia: It began with an ‘It’s OK to vote No’ Facebook filter and ended two weeks later, when 18-year-old Madeline was fired over her views on same-sex marriage. The story of her sacking has blown up, but until she was contacted by Hack today, Madeline had no idea she...

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Yes campaigners show their true colours

Sep 18, 2017 by

by Miranda Devine, Daily Telegraph Australia: SO now we see why rainbow warriors didn’t want a people’s vote on same-sex marriage. It was because they knew we’d see their true, intolerant colours. Yes campaign HQ knows thuggery won’t win over Middle Australia, but their foot-soldiers are revealing...

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Margaret Court dumped from her tennis club for her views on same-sex marriage

Sep 17, 2017 by

from Gay Star News: Tennis legend Margaret Court will no longer be vice-patron of her local tennis club, citing fierce opposition to her views against same-sex marriage. Court lost her re-election for the position, after members voted her out of the Cottesloe Tennis Club in Perth, Australia. She...

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‘If you don’t know, vote no’: Gay, conservative professor joins the push to oppose same-sex marriage

Sep 17, 2017 by

by Stephen Johnson, Mailonline: A gay, conservative professor has joined the push to oppose same-sex marriage. Professor David Flint, who is openly gay but discreet about his personal life, quoted another gay conservative, Sydney broadcaster Alan Jones, to argue why voters should vote...

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Churches Will Be Trashed When Marriage is Trashed

Sep 16, 2017 by

by Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch: Reality always triumphs over ideology. When homosexual marriage proponents try to tell you that churches, faith-based institutions, and religious individuals of all stripes will not be impacted by the redefinition of marriage, they are telling you porkies – and...

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Police brought in after marriage equality survey forms put up for sale online

Sep 16, 2017 by

by Helen Davidson, Guardian: The Australian Bureau of Statistics is in discussion with Australian federal police after it emerged marriage equality postal votes were being put up for sale online. The concerns were raised in the past week as the ABS began sending ballots out to people for the...

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