The Melbourne resident that discovered them believes the ballots were intentionally removed from mailboxes in the area.
Marriage equality activists have said the drop in support is due to the ‘no’ campaign’s tactics of conflating marriage equality with school and gender issues.
The new ad suggests the postal survey is about “radical gender ideas” being taught in schools.
“I believe the only reason you could possibly think LGBTI people don’t deserve everything straight folk deserve is that you don’t know any”
The hashtag was started by gay comedian Josh Thomas.
Legislation was passed this week outlawing hate speech during the marriage equality postal survey.
The emotional ad urges Australians to vote yes “for every Bachelor and Bachelorette”
You can tick, cross, or shade in the Yes box on a postal survey form to indicate a valid Yes vote.