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An ethical case for marriage equality in Australia

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imageThe institute of marriage can only be made stronger by recognising all marriages.Danielle

My cousin is getting “married” next month – a joyous occasion. There’s just one catch: my cousin and her fiancee are both women.

In Australia – in case you’ve missed it – two women can’t actually get married. I...

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