Mr Dutton on the weekend said a postal plebiscite was "the most sensible approach" to resolve same-sex marriage without breaking the Coalition's election commitments. Same sex couples granted equal rights to adopt. The law passed — in the House of Commons.
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Timeline A related concern held by many people is that there are now some countries that permit same-sex couples to marry. Inthe average age of marriage for same-sex couples was
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Archived from the original on 16 November Complementarity is at the heart of the sexual image: physical, moral and spiritual: oriented toward the good of the spouses and the family why Jesus raised the marriage of the baptized to a sacrament.
United Kingdom British Antarctic Territory. Archived from the original PDF on 22 January The Advocate. The Bill seeks to amend the Marriage Act Cth to: define marriage as a union of two people; clarify that authorised celebrants are not bound to solemnise marriage; remove the prohibition of the recognition of same-sex marriages solemnised in a foreign country; and make consequential amendments to the Sex Discrimination Act Cth.
Brisbane Liberal MP Andrew Laming backed a postal vote, which has been spearheaded by Immigration Minister Peter Dutton, saying it was the "closest thing" on offer to a plebiscite at the ballot box.