The Australian Labor Party yesterday voted to affirm support to review gender rules surrounding legal documents like birth certificates.
Bill Shorten’s claims that birth certificates and other legal documents will not be de-gendered under Labor are contradicted by his own written policy platform; the Australian Christian Lobby pointed out today.
Project Rockit, an anti-cyberbullying organisation that presents to schools around the country, has today been exposed as promoting a strong LGBTI political agenda.
Reports that Deakin University will become the first university in Australia to provide paid leave for staff undergoing gender reassignment surgery has raised legitimate concerns about gender equality and freedom of speech.
The Australian today reported that Tasmania could become the first state to remove sex from birth certificates if amendments are made to a bill primarily concerned with eliminating the need for transgender people to divorce before changing their gender on official documents.
The Australian Christian Lobby has today urged the Tasmanian parliament to carefully consider allowing amendments to birth certificates based on gender identity.
It’s difficult to come up with a more controversial topic than gender.
The controversy is not limited to the public square. It is the same in the church.
But I’ll never forget the insight of a wise friend of mine. He observed that, if the Australian church were to undergo widespread revival, these matters “would no longer be controversies to be avoided, but glories to be discovered.”
Reports at the weekend that children in Western Australia seeking to transition has gone up 350 per cent in the last four years highlights a worrying national trend, says the Australian Christian Lobby.
A Tasmanian Labor government will make taxpayers fund harmful gender re-assignment surgery warns the Australian Christian Lobby.
A recommendation from the WA Law Reform Commission to remove children’s biological sex from birth certificates has been criticised by the Australian Christian Lobby.
“The recommendation raises significant concerns regarding the medical implications of removing important biological information from a legal document,” commented Peter Abetz, ACL’s state director.
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