David van Gend's book has provoked outrage, but it is an eloquent defence of the weak and vulnerable
Why are gay marriage supporters afraid to debate?
Heated debate and stable democracy go hand in hand, even with same-sex marriage
Australia's leader of the Opposition is a fan of same-sex marriage. Can't he find better arguments?
Democratic politics is all about debating controversial ideas
The Australian media ought to be asking hardball questions about happy trans teens
Why shouldn't a bizarre threesome in Western Australia have their chance to get married?
A leading accounting firm claims that it will cost half a billion dollars. This is sheer fantasy.
It appears that ministers in the government will be on both sides of the debate.
An Irish campaigner for the No side warns Australians to prepare for intimidation.
Desire to bring sexual impulses and behaviour into line with broader values should be respected, not shut down by ideologues
Pioneering research into same-sex parenting has been ignored.
How will their employees react?
A clash between two experienced debates on either side of the same-sex marriage debate.
Media analyst calls out his comrades
A referendum is possible, says Prime Minister Tony Abbott
Two major Australian TV channels turn down a paid ad from family groups.
Australians should not be rushed into a decision.
An Australian same-sex marriage activist argues that it is.
The rush to same-sex marriage shows Australians are learning nothing from historical child abuse.
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