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Thursday 11 April 2013
News World

in brief: french senate approves same-sex marriage bill

Amy Nicholls-Diver
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The French senate passed an article of the bill to legalise same-sex marriage on Tuesday night, redefining the union as between “two individuals of different sex or of the same sex”. The article is a key element of the bill that also legalises adoption by same-sex partners. After lengthy debate, the article was passed with…
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Thursday 7 February 2013
Featured News

in brief: britain moves to legalise gay marriage

Amy Nicholls-Diver
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British MPs have voted in favour of legislation allowing same-sex marriage in the House of Commons, despite many Conservatives breaking ranks and voting against the Bill. The legislation convincingly passed the second stage of the legislative process. MPs from Labour, Liberal Democrats and a small selection of smaller parties supported the legislation. The final vote…
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Monday 28 January 2013
Featured News

in brief: queer is the new black

Amy Nicholls-Diver
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The news from Paris, the fashion capital of the world, is that queer is the new black. A pair of models presented as lesbian brides glammed up the cover of the January edition of Elle France this month, alongside the slogan ‘Marriage for all!’ And Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld closed his haute-couture show on Tuesday…
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Friday 31 August 2012
Featured News

‘moral obligations do not hold anymore’: marriage equality bill passes in tasmania

Shannon Clarke
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‘The ayes have it.’ With four simple words Tasmania made history yesterday as months of protesting and political back-and-forth came to a head in Tasmania’s Parliament House. After legislation was shelved this week on federal marriage reform, the Same Sex Marriage Bill passed easily in the House of Assembly by a vote of 13-11.  Shakespeare…
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Tuesday 26 June 2012
Featured Opinion

religion is not an excuse for bigotry

Kaylia Payne
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Now I want to start off by saying that I while I’m not religious myself, I have nothing against religion. I understand that people have different beliefs to me and I respect that. Besides, even if I didn’t, it’s not any of my business anyway and certainly not my place to say so. But I…
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Sunday 18 March 2012
Culture Featured

Feminist News Round-up 18.03.12

Erin Stewart
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This Week in Marriage Equality It has been a big week for marriage equality. The biggest story was probably Bob Katter’s Australia Party’s crazy video which ‘accuses’ wannabe Queensland Premier, Campbell Newman of supporting gay marriage (Lord forbid). The video is so offensive that even Andrew Bolt doesn’t like it! Earlier this week, first submissions…
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Monday 27 February 2012
Featured Get Involved

i do day 2012: do you believe all love is equal?

Josephine Mandarano
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The latest polling shows that 62 percent of Australians support same-sex marriage, yet current legislation does not reflect this. As we talk more about the issue, support for legalising same-sex marriage also grows. Enter ‘I Do Day’, the campaign that aims to raise awareness and promote education about marriage equality as well as raise money…
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