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.
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. Tuesday, I spoke of a motion that MP Terri Butler wanted to introduce on Wednesday, know that the government has not appreciated this attempt, considering it a "pathetic political stunt" and immediately rejected by a 83-57 vote.
While the discussion on marriage equality continues in Australia, there is a small city in the country which has decided to recognize, despite everything, same-sex couples.
There are more and more food trucks on the streets of Melbourne but only one company could be led by a lesbian who has decided to donate a portion of her revenues to the Gay and Lesbian Switchboard.
In Australia, a couple of teenage lesbians decided to change schools after the latter refused to let them attend the ball together.