Woman marries Catholic bridge
But was the marriage valid? We launch a theological discussion.
It’s time to move on. Australians do not want same-sex marriage
Today in Canberra nine people – eight Labor and one from the Greens – will set themselves up to decide marriage policy affecting the entire nation.
Without kids, does marriage deserve social support?
Thank you, Brian Greig, for summing up the ultimate outcome of the same-sex marriage campaign in four crisp sentences: the abolition of marriage altogether.
Don’t be so sure about the issue du jour, says The Australian
In 1999, Australia's most prominent homosexual declared that not one gay or lesbian wanted same-sex marriage. What has changed?
“You disagree with me” is not evidence of homophobia
If gay activists dissolve into puddles of self-pity when confronted with opposing views, it becomes impossible to have a rational discussion based on argument and evidence.
The Wong way forward for Australia
Yesterday evening’s discussion of same-sex marriage on SBS Insight was both great fun and a frightening omen.
What do Australians really think about same-sex marriage?
The Australian same-sex marriage lobby is triumphant about the results of a new poll. But what did the research actually show?
All quiet on the Aussie front
What has happened to the same-sex marriage debate in Australia lately?
A toxic combination: paedophiles, baby farms, and same-sex marriage
The conviction of a gay couple for trafficking their surrogate baby and using him to make paedophile pornography ought to provoke questions about the wisdom of same-sex adoption and marriage.
Australian defender of marriage passes away
Christopher Pearson, a columnist for The Australian, speechwriter, and strong defender of traditional marriage, passed away on Friday.
Australian study on same-sex parenting questioned
A recent study in Australia has found that children thrive with same-sex parents. But how reliable is this research?
The marriage of two men means a motherless child
I write as a family doctor for whom the question of same-sex marriage centres on one fact: that the marriage of two men means a motherless family.
Defending traditional marriage
A forum on marriage at the World Congress of Families provided a strong defence of marriage.
World Congress of Families starts in Sydney this week
The vital public issue of marriage will be front and centre at the World Congress of Families in Sydney.
Should Australia have a referendum on same-sex marriage?
Despite telling us that Australians overwhelmingly support redefining marriage, the same-sex marriage lobby is fighting against the idea of having a referendum on the issue.
What is it with celebrities and same-sex marriage?
The singer Ricky Martin gave his thoughts on same-sex marriage while he was in Australia. Do stories like this get more attention than they deserve?
‘New Zealand!’ is not an argument for same-sex marriage
New Zealand’s decision to redefine marriage last week is being used by supporters of same-sex marriage in Australia to push for the “inevitable.”
Heterosexuality “not the norm”, says Australian school programme
A report in the Australian Daily Telegraph today reveals that a programme teaching that it is wrong to regard heterosexuality as the norm for relationships is being piloted in 12 schools in the Australian state of New South Wales.
Another third rail discovered in Australia
Is it a smart move for a politician to link bestiality with same-sex marriage? Probably not.
Gay marriage defeated in Australia’s parliament
Two attempts to legalise same-sex marriage failed in Australia’s Federal Parliament this week. On Wednesday, a private member’s bill sponsored by a Labor MP, Stephen Jones, was defeated by 98 votes to 42 in the House of Representatives. And today, the Senate defeated another bill sponsored by three Labor Senators by 41 votes to 26.
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