The UN banning LGBTQ partners from obtaining a visa is a decision of the time. Through exclusion, everyone is equal.
Despite what we might think, marriage inequality still permeates our society. A list of “gay-friendly” doctors I found is evidence of this.
We move in a space where gender is fluid as the terminology we create to define it. However, I’m wondering if we should leave the marriage lexicon as it previously stood.
A baby was showered in abject criticism, a failed audition and a fetid world record was served up this week in #AusPol. Who won? Who cares.
While the vote may be complete, the fight is certainly not over, and those who fought for equal rights must continue to do so, and be praised for that fact. My headmaster is one of those people.
Hooley dooley, what a week. We’ve witnessed Trump burn bridges anew, marriage equality arrive on our doorstep, and a rather notable culinary scribe outed as a fraud.
It’s finally over. While those who supported marriage equality are now basking in victory, I feel that we should not forget the brutality that got us here.
With the general populace now surveyed and the answer obvious, the obvious question remains. What now?
While the marriage equality question has come to a close, the insanity certainly has not. Can we not just accept the results? Agreeing with Bob Katter is pushing me to crisis.
Good morning all! The week that just flew had a nicer face than usual. Unless you’re Robert Mugabe. Or you voted ‘No’.
Hooley dooley what a week it was. We saw yet more details emerge from Las Vegas, the marriage equality question get more personal, and yet more fire in the booth.
After a wave of anti-equality vandalism washed over Sydney streets, a collection of ‘No’ voters took to social media to place the blame in the opposite camp.
The question might be new in the Australian experience, but the fearmongering tactics are archaic. The No campaign tying themselves to religion illustrates this point.
Last night, when Macklemore sang ‘Same Love’ over the sound of protest, a great battle was seemingly won. Except it wasn’t. It was merely just another flashpoint in the war.
As the marriage equality debate rages on, the facts seem less important. However, if we solely focus on the facts, what do we learn?
An op-shop formal, a rainbow bullet in the foot and a blunt attempt to hang with the cool kids all found themselves in the pit of #Auspol this week. So, who won?
As we get ever closer to the deadline, there’s the assumption that the issue will be put to rest. However, this discussion has long predated the question being asked, and thusly will remain.
Welcome back to the week that was yours. Disaster struck, but natural and lesser so, headlined by one Cory Bernardi.
I’ve voted, had my say, and made my voice heard. However we who vote Yes should not forget that we could easily be ignored, and all the pain and hurt would be for nothing. I hope I’m wrong.
Welcome back to another week of your life that you won’t be getting back. But don’t think about that, North Korea has launched warheads over Japan.
With the marriage equality debate heating up on both sides, comedian Hannah Gadsby highlighted a pertinent issue: It’s no longer a debate.
Justice Michael Kirby once railed against the upcoming postal survey, but has since changed his tune. In order to find out, we sat down with the High Court’s great dissenter.