Marriage equality is a basic human right. Discrimination against same sex couples should end. Same sex marriages should be allowed and have the same status as opposite sec marriages.
It is important to create the opportunity for marriage equality for people regardless of their sex, sexual orientation or gender identity.
Discrimination against people on the basis of their sex, sexual orientation or gender identity should be remove from the Marriage Act 1961. Freedom of sexual orientation and gender identity are fundamental human rights.
- Inquiry into the Marriage Equality Amendment Bill 2012 and the Marriage Amendment Bill 2012, House of Representatives Committees – Parliament of Australia: