Australians have once again changed their Prime Minister and the newcomer is Scott Morrison.
The National Assembly of the Uniting Church of Australia allowed clergy to conduct same-sex weddings.
Here is the most beautiful victory of the year! Australia has legalized marriage equality! Australian LGBT couples finally get official recognition of their unions.
Great news! 61% of Australians voted yes for marriage equality! You know it was a voluntary vote so it's great to see millions of people participating.
Women paid tribute to a lesbian couple who had been arrested for holding hands. This arrest for "obscene behavior" took place on a tram in Melbourne, Australia in 1976. Fortunately, things have changed in forty years.
The legend of country music Dolly Parton supports marriage equality in Australia.
While Australians are called to vote voluntarily for or against the equal marriage, the Australian national rugby union team has endorsed 'Yes' for marriage equality vote.
In Australia, the debate on marriage equality continues pending the results of the plebiscite. Religious freedom is also a matter of great concern in this country. While the latter is often spoken of in a negative way, Reverend Ric Holland would like to have the religious freedom to celebrate same-sex weddings.
Back in Australia where things finally move a bit since the plebiscite on equal marriage will finally take place.
After six years of work, documentary maker and photographer Heather Faulkner released a book called "North of the Border - Stories from the 'A Matter of Time' project" about the courage of lesbian women in Queensland.