Australians for Equality (A4E) & Australian Marriage Equality (AME) today said it is clear that the majority of the nation backs marriage equality and any inquiry must be about working towards a clear pathway to equality in 2017.
A 13-year-old boy tragically took his own life after being bullied about his sexuality, according to his mother.
Australian singer Kylie Minogue showed off her huge diamond engagement ring as she arrived at Melbourne airport in Australia.
Same-sex couples, single people and couples undergoing fertility treatment will now be able to adopt a child in Queensland.
Australians for Equality (A4E) & Australian Marriage Equality (AME) today launched ‘The Equality Campaign’, a new joint campaign for marriage equality to be achieved through a parliamentary vote so that every Australian is treated equally under the law.
A network of almost 90 LGBTI organisations and leaders have again come together releasing a statement calling for parliament to block the plebiscite legislation.
As organisations and leaders of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) communities, we wish to express our gratitude to the many Parliamentarians across the political spectrum who have supported marriage equality for many years, and in particular those who reflected the concerns of LGBTI people, their family members and supporters of marriage equality about the impact of plebiscite. We value your support in continuing to advocate for a Parliamentary vote.
Australians for Equality and Australian Marriage Equality Tuesday said the network of LGBTI groups that have come together against a plebiscite and in support of parliament working together to achieve marriage equality has almost doubled to 100 organisations and LGBTI leaders.
Australian Marriage Equality and Australians for Equality Tuesday welcomed the decision by Labor to block the proposed plebiscite, while at the same time welcoming the historic first Marriage Amendment Bill by an Australian Government.
In the wake of the likely failure of the plebiscite bill, a group of 68 priests and church leaders across Australia have signed a petition urging the Archbishop of Sydney to allow "free and open debate" about same-sex marriage within his church.