Ben Law – the young gay activist who recently tweeted that he might ‘hate f**k’ the homophobia out of MPs opposed to same-sex marriage – last week published Moral Panic 101, which includes advice for the mums and dads of Australia on how to be good parents. According to Law, we don’t just need Safe Schools to protect kids from bullies in the schoolyard, we need Safe Schools to protect kids from unenlightened parents. For some young people with old-fashioned parents “neither home nor school is safe.”
On Tuesday, survey forms will begin to be posted to homes around Australia.
This survey is a referendum on whether we want radical LGBTIQ sex and gender education programs in our schools, it is about free speech, and – importantly – freedom of religion.
There is a school of thought in the debate about redefining marriage that it is inevitable and that Christians should just sue for peace with the same-sex marriage activists.
Try and extract as many protections for religious freedom as possible and roll over.
To our friends in the LGBTIQ community: We don’t hate you.
I mean that with all my heart.
It grieves me that anyone who disagrees with the public policy aims of the same-sex marriage movement is characterised as a hater.
Former deputy Prime Minister John Anderson provides some sage and timely advice on what is at stake when we redefine marriage in this interview on ABC TV earlier this week with Chris Uhlmann.
The marriage plebiscite is a referendum on freedom of speech and “safe schools” according to the Australian Christian Lobby.
The Australian Christian Lobby has thanked the Liberal Party for holding the line on giving the Australian people a voice on marriage at its party room meeting tonight.
The Australian Christian Lobby has rejected so-called religious freedom exemptions unveiled in a same-sex marriage bill by Senator Dean Smith today.
If same-sex marriage activists were serious about gay rights they would be campaigning to have Etihad Stadium renamed and for Qantas to drop its partnership with Emirates, Australian Christian Lobby Managing Director Lyle Shelton said today.
As same-sex marriage activists called for tennis great Margaret Court’s name to be removed from the Margaret Court Arena, I was attending the 11th World Congress of Families in Budapest, Hungary.
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