Two-thirds of Australian citizens, most politicians and the leaders of all major parties support marriage equality in Australia according to the Australian Equality Campaign. And now they are making moves to legalize marriage equality throughout the country.
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The Telegraph, a Sydney Australia tabloid, went on a rant last week when it was announced that a local girls' high school was to screen a LGBT-friendly documentary.
Australia's prime minister gave a personal assurance on Friday that his government would legalize gay marriage if a majority of Australians choose marriage equality in a popular vote.
(AP) A leading gay rights advocate and former judge on Tuesday urged Parliament to prevent a popular referendum on legalizing gay marriage in Australia.
During Australia’s postal survey on marriage equality, Macklemore is spreading a message of love — and reaching number 1 on the charts.
SYDNEY (AP) Organizers of the Bingham Cup, the world cup of gay rugby, have initiated an international study of discrimination based on sexuality in sports.
Chloe Rogerson, like many others, adopted a dog during the COVID-19 lockdown. She fell in love with her new pet, Diesel, but had trouble finding cute bandanas for him due to his large size.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Sony Pictures Entertainment has reached a settlement with current and former employees, agreeing to pay up to $8 million to reimburse them for identity-theft losses, preventative measures and legal fees related to the hack of its computers last year.
The Australian Psychological Society has published talking points so parents can engage their kids in frank discussions about marriage equality as Australians prepare for a postal survey on same-sex marriage.
If you call yourself gay, but spend your days working, fretting, fussing and setting an alarm clock, you should get your ass to Burning Man in 2016.
An Australian lawmaker giving a speech on same-sex marriage proposed to his gay partner Monday during Parliament's debate on a bill that is expected to soon legalize marriage equality across the country.
It's very common. Giving birth is so common, actually, that someone does it in the U.S. nearly 11,000 times a day — which means that it's really not much of a big deal, unless it's your baby.
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