This postal survey has changed us for better and for worse. But in the end, Australia said Yes.
Robin Speed of the Rule of Law Institute has called for the resignation of Pauline Wright of the NSW Law Society over her public support of marriage equality. But what even is the Rule of Law Institute?
A closer look at a vocal member of the No to same-sex marriage campaign reveals a church on a mission to take over the state.
Australians seem to be perpetually scared of the potential imposition of sharia law, of losing the freedom to live as they desire. But is not our denial of same-sex marriage exactly that?
The road towards marriage equality requires those campaigning for Yes to remain cogent, balanced and on point.
Conducting the plebiscite through the ABS as a postal vote has a number of worrying consequences. Aside from the challenge to its legality, it may skew the vote in favour of older, more conservative voters, and even, potentially, make voter fraud more likely.
If you wouldn’t uncritically air the views of anti-vaxxers or climate change conspiracists, you should avoid lending credibility to those who would demonise gays or reframe marriage equality as an attack on free speech.
Religious organisations won't be happy unless cake bakers are saved from gay weddings.