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The History and Evolution of Same Sex Marriage in Australia arguments for and against same sex marriage in australia
"The issue of same-sex marriage, which is also known as ‘gay marriage’ or ‘marriage equality’, has been on the political agenda in Australia for many years. It is certainly a divisive subject; some regard its legalisation as a long overdue civil right, whilst to others it is a step towards cultural disintegration[1]. Important arguments on the…
18 arguments against gay marriage – and why they’re bollocks.
Opponents of equality frequently make use of flawed research studies to insinuate that allowing same-sex couples to marry will somehow harm children. They argue that children need a “mom and a dad” in order to flourish in life and that legalizing same-sex marriage denies children this opportunity of “
Gay marriage in Australia: ‘No’ campaign’s same-sex
"The issue of same-sex marriage, which is also known as ‘gay marriage’ or ‘marriage equality’, has been on the political agenda in Australia for many years. It is certainly a divisive subject; some regard its legalisation as a long overdue civil right, whilst to others it is a step towards cultural disintegration[1]. Important arguments on the…
Same-Sex Marriage Pros and Cons | Marriage.com
Same-sex marriage in Australia has been legal since 9 December 2017. Legislation to allow same-sex marriage, the Marriage Amendment (Definition and Religious Freedoms) Act 2017, passed the Australian Parliament on 7 December 2017 and received royal assent from the Governor-General the following day. The law came into effect on 9 December, immediately recognising overseas same-sex
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There is an argument that the Hague Marriage Convention requires signatory countries (Australia is one) to recognise overseas same-sex marriages. In May 2013, Senator Hanson-Young introduced legislation which, if enacted, would have given recognition to valid same-sex marriages entered into overseas.