Same-sex Marriage


Fact-checking the fact-checkers

Paul Sullins | 28 August 2015
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

Michael Cook | 20 August 2015
Media analyst calls out his comrades

Teaching just one view of marriage could make you an extremist

Carolyn Moynihan | 12 August 2015
A British MP interprets new anti-terrorism laws.

How big media (do not) promote debate on gay marriage

Carolyn Moynihan | 10 August 2015
Two major Australian TV channels turn down a paid ad from family groups.

In ten to thirty years, the survivors will speak out

Michael Kirke | 30 July 2015
The Boy Scouts will regret opening doors to openly gay leaders and employees.

A note to Obama: don’t lecture Kenyans on gay rights

Mathew Otieno | 29 July 2015
The President has no right to exploit American power to gain support for his agenda.

Is marriage evolving? Or being dismantled?

Anthony Fisher | 28 July 2015
Are sceptics of redefining marriage really on the wrong side of history?

Monkey business at Amazon as marriage scholar’s book is published

Carolyn Moynihan | 27 July 2015
Trolls try to manipulate reviews of Ryan Anderson's latest work.

Assessing Justice Kennedy as a marriage counselor

Mark Milburn | 21 July 2015
Dignity? Autonomy? He's talking about a different institution.

Obergefell: the states’ duty to seek rehearing

Herbert W. Titus and William J. Olson | 20 July 2015
An open letter to Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee, and Kentucky.

I can’t ‘celebrate’ but it doesn’t mean I hate you

Steve C. Craig | 17 July 2015
Without this distinction freedom of conscience is impossible

Public life after same-sex marriage: New Zealand

Carolyn Moynihan | 10 July 2015
An attempt to deregister a charity, splits within churches may be signs of things to come.

Public life after same-sex marriage: Canada

Andrea Mrozek | 10 July 2015
Same-sex marriage tightens the stranglehold of political correctness.

Public life after same-sex marriage: United Kingdom

Kathy Gyngell | 10 July 2015
There is a trend you could call legally endorsed bullying.

A media stampede on same-sex marriage can only harm society

Andrew Mullins | 04 July 2015
Australians should not be rushed into a decision.

Family advocacy can be political and charitable, rules New Zealand judge

Carolyn Moynihan | 01 July 2015
Deregistration after same-sex marriage campaign must be reviewed.

A milestone in the sexual revolution

Michael Cook | 27 June 2015
After the celebration, the revolutionaries will set to work.

What does the future hold?

Ryan T. Anderson | 27 June 2015
Obergefell v. Hodges is the clearest case of judicial activism in recent years.

A defeat for ‘We the People’ and our posterity

David Upham | 27 June 2015
This decision will aggravate and accelerate the collapse in the number and durability of American marriages.

Is teaching Christian morals child abuse?

Michael Cook | 25 June 2015
An Australian same-sex marriage activist argues that it is.

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Conjugality deals with the true nature of marriage and the challenges it faces today. Our current focus is on the campaign to legalise same-sex marriage. We'd love to get your comments and suggestions. Send an email to conjugality@mercatornet.com


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