After Michael Bradley, in Crikey, poked holes in the argument that religious freedoms are under threat from the prospect of marriage equality, Jo Jordan, presiding clerk for the Religious Society of Friends (better known as the Quakers) wrote in to politely point out that there was an impingement on religious freedoms in the Marriage Act as it stood: 

"Michael Bradley’s excellent analysis of religious freedom in Australia fell short in one respect: it did not recognise the impact of the Marriage Act on religions that support marriage equality.