Australia Said YES | #LoveWins | My Brief Thoughts

Australia became the 26th country in the world to legalise marriage equality, 13 years after the government at that time made amendments to the Marriage Act (without a non-binding postal survey) which excluded the recognition of same-sex marriages as a marriage under Australian law. On 8 December 2017, the changes have been signed into law by the Governor-General - allowing same-sex couples to marry from 9 January 2018.

Today is a victory for the LGBTQI+ community, as well as anyone who has championed those voices – anyone who recognises that 'Love Is Love' – and comes in different forms. It is obviously not the end of the road for LGBTQI rights, but I guess there’s a need to just celebrate. The last few months have been harrowing, and have driven people’s emotions to new extremes – culminating in a massive celebration when finding out that the efforts of many paid off – that Australia is one step closer to achieving equality all-round. What truly made me happy during this to…

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