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“When this conference began organisers were expecting around 30 people to attend and over 300 people came along, and each year that number grows.”
“There were many people that didn’t get enough credit for the work they do – they worked tirelessly and hard and they made marriage equality happen.”
Professional services firm EY was named employer of the year for LGBTI inclusion.
“I feel like now I can really enjoy the footy and go to matches and feel like I belong.”
It would allow businesses such as florists, bakers, and motels to refuse service to same-sex couples on the basis of religion.
Across the globe, 72 states continue to criminalise same-sex consensual activity—more than one-third of the world’s nations.
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“I hate that people hate.”
“I realise that my intent to engage in a playful and welcomed conversation did not have the impact on the them that I thought it did.”
The cardinal said some bishops were allowing themselves to be intimidated and didn’t understand that homophobia was “a deception to threaten the people”.
“The trans and non-binary community is a beloved part of our community and we want to be allies.”
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