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.
New Zealand has apologized to the LGBT community for all the anti-LGBT laws that have been passed in the past.
Australian bank ANZ has launched a new advertising campaign to show support for marriage equality.
Australia has just launched a new advertising campaign to promote the equal marriage.
Former Minister of the British Labor Government Chris Bryant urged Australian politicians to endorse the equal marriage.
A Victorian lesbian couple tried to register their names as parents of their daughter, born through donated sperm, without success.
Back in Tasmania where a few days ago we had great news because, for the first time, the two legislative chambers agreed to support the legalization of marriage equality in Australia and here today we learn that the government wants to amend the Anti-Discrimination Act to allow religious freedom and therefore approve the discrimination of LGBTQ people.
In Australia, we are more in doubt than ever! Indeed, elections are ongoing and we do not know yet the final result, but whatever the winner unfortunately it might lack the votes to advance marriage equality.
The weeks are alike in Australia because two weeks ago I told you about a bill introduced by the Labor party to legalize equal marriage, which had been totally rejected by the members of the government because judged as an attempt to win over voting for the elections.
Well, this week, know that a new draft to be introduced by Liberal Democrats Senator David Leyonhjelm.