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Gotta love those rainbows.
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Couples across Australia have celebrated with happy tears and engagement rings after the majority of people voted 'yes' to legalise same-sex marriage. Results of a three-month-long postal survey revea...
Twitter exploded with rainbows.
Turnbull promised that same-sex marriage will 'sail through Parliament'. But it's not that simple.
Australians have consistently shown their support for same-sex marriage, our government has just continually failed to reflect it.
And according to the former PM, the SSM debate is all part of a new conservative movement.
The real consequences will have little to do with whether or not the law changes.
Resolving this issue will unite us as a country.
The popular actor took aim at the church having a say in the civil domain.
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The 'Vote Yes' sign game is strong.
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There were also rallies in Brisbane, Alice Springs and Hobart on Saturday.
Queenslanders are showing us their support for marriage equality and a fairer society.
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Families were confronted by the violent message when arriving for the Sunday service.
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"The state has no business telling us who we should love and how, sexually or otherwise," The Catholic Archbishop of Sydney said.
Get your pride playlist ready.
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It's pretty funny, but it makes a good point.
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And Grand Final watchers weren't big fans.
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That's despite prominent 'No' campaigners saying sport and politics don't mix.
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Love is patient, love is kind.
As many as 3000 youth suicide attempts could be averted each year with a ‘Yes’ vote.
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We believe, though, that loving Australians will soon help us change that.
If not now, then when? And if not you, then who?
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#postboxselfie encourages Aussies to get out and vote.
It's not about Labor or Liberal, it's about love.
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Children should be shielded from vile commentary about their friends and families.
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Twitter hit back at the sky-writing with a few words of its own.
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At least seven apartment blocks in one Canberra suburb have seen same-sex marriage postal surveys strewn about the street by wind and rain, after apparently being left on top of mailboxes, rather than...
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History tells us we can draw strength from the power of the collective.
I am certain that in time, we will look back and, just like my friends, find the whole arrangement gloriously and utterly unremarkable.
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Emergency, temporary legal protections have been rushed through parliament.
They were the fifth country to legalise same-sex marriage and they're still standing.