We’re entitled to our opinion, but not a difference of opinion? Huh?
An Australian senator condemns double standards on free speech about same-sex marriage.
Signs of push-back against Obergefell
As in other states, same-sex marriage is the law in Mississippi. But after surprising resistance.
Is Obergefell binding? No, say 60 scholars
Lincoln ignored the notorious Dred Scott decision, for excellent reasons.
Australian companies risk backlash by endorsing same-sex marriage
How will their employees react?
Second thoughts on Kim Davis and her stand for marriage
Having your name on a marriage licence means something too.
Short, sharp and to the point
A clash between two experienced debates on either side of the same-sex marriage debate.
Ryan Anderson on The Future of Marriage and Religious Freedom.
Polygamists sue to have their ‘marriages’ recognised
Obergefell v Hodges is a key precedent. Why shouldn't the courts recognise these loving relationships, too?
Fact-checking the fact-checkers
Do children do best when they have a father and a mother? The Conversation says No. An American expert says Yes.
Australian journalists given “fail” for balance on same-sex marriage
Media analyst calls out his comrades
Teaching just one view of marriage could make you an extremist
A British MP interprets new anti-terrorism laws.
How big media (do not) promote debate on gay marriage
Two major Australian TV channels turn down a paid ad from family groups.
In ten to thirty years, the survivors will speak out
The Boy Scouts will regret opening doors to openly gay leaders and employees.
A note to Obama: don’t lecture Kenyans on gay rights
The President has no right to exploit American power to gain support for his agenda.
Is marriage evolving? Or being dismantled?
Are sceptics of redefining marriage really on the wrong side of history?
Monkey business at Amazon as marriage scholar’s book is published
Trolls try to manipulate reviews of Ryan Anderson's latest work.
Assessing Justice Kennedy as a marriage counselor
Dignity? Autonomy? He's talking about a different institution.
Obergefell: the states’ duty to seek rehearing
An open letter to Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee, and Kentucky.
I can’t ‘celebrate’ but it doesn’t mean I hate you
Without this distinction freedom of conscience is impossible
Public life after same-sex marriage: New Zealand
An attempt to deregister a charity, splits within churches may be signs of things to come.
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