Advocates say same-sex marriage will only be possible in Romania if they “can get rid of the plague that is eating the country alive, the Socialist Democratic Party”.
The religious freedom review is reportedly still being debated by cabinet despite being handed to the government in May.
Belfast Pride brought people of all sides together and presented a conflict free zone, offering the hope of how a normalised society could look and feel.
Anti-LGBTI campaigners had called for the referendum “to protect, at a constitutional level, the definition of marriage – between one woman and one man”.
When confronted the alleged painter reportedly said he had “been robbed by a gay man once”.
The flyers, found in the heart of Darlinghurst, read, “Do you know why I have dried up your state? You chose the curse last year when your nation collectively decided to vote ‘YES’ to that which I abhor.”
“While weakening discrimination laws may win some votes in Western Sydney, it will lose votes elsewhere.”
“Let’s support our mates in Taiwan and celebrate the one year anniversary of marriage equality in Australia by seeing love win in Taiwan.”
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