Same Sex Marriage is now legal in Australia

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7 Dec 2017 15:01 - +13281
Will you, Bruce, take Bruce as your lawfully wedded husband? Yes, I didgeridoo, m8
7 Dec 2017 14:55 - +4964
$120 million later and it only took 10 seconds to vote on it the way that Australians have wanted for over a decade. What a waste of money, but nonetheless this is really good news!
7 Dec 2017 15:12 - +4304
Now we can focus on the important things like those bloody crocodiles!
7 Dec 2017 15:08 - +3028
in celebration, let's all reflect by rewatching bob katter's random outburst a week or so ago.
7 Dec 2017 15:08 - +2576
What a shocking outcome, I'm glad we had a large and expensive poll beforehand
7 Dec 2017 15:03 - +1883
Also for the record for any foreigners, this government basically did everything they could to delay this for as long as possible. They deserve none of the credit.
7 Dec 2017 15:39 - +1738
Holy shit guys I can get married! 🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈
7 Dec 2017 15:00 - +1549
All the terrible amendments that allowed businesses in the wedding industry to legally discriminate against same-sex couples have been defeated too, which is doubly good news!
7 Dec 2017 15:04 - +1012
2001: Netherlands 2003: Belgium 2005: Spain, Canada 2006: South Africa 2009: Norway, Sweden 2010: Portugal, Iceland, Argentina 2012: Denmark 2013: NZ, France, Uruguay, Brazil 2015: Luxembourg, US 2016: Colombia 2017: Finland, Malta, Germany Today: Australia
7 Dec 2017 15:29 - +808
g'~~d~~ay mate
7 Dec 2017 15:04 - +750
Spoilers in the title! I haven't gotten to that episode of obvious civil rights yet.
7 Dec 2017 15:07 - +419
Heart wrenching moment when the house started singing We Are Australian. That brought tears! It's about bloody time. Edit: Shamelessly stealing a better link ;D
7 Dec 2017 15:32 - +304
It was so heartbreaking listening to the hateful and venomous campaign rhetoric that the Australian LGBT community had to endure over these months. Growing up gay is hard enough without argument over your rights and humanity being part of everyday conversation. I only hope this vote brings some closure and relief. Much love from California to my Aussie brothers and sisters. ❤
7 Dec 2017 15:23 - +283
7 Dec 2017 15:10 - +280
We are one, but we are many And from all the lands on earth we come We'll share a dream and sing with one voice I am, you are, we are Australian.
7 Dec 2017 16:55 - +248
It's amazing. I just spent three weeks down there and the amount of rainbow flags and signs in almost every store window was really heartwarming. In Melbourne it felt like everyone was so connected by it, nothing like where I'm from in the states.
7 Dec 2017 14:58 - +167
The ~~plebiscite~~ non-compulsory non-binding opinion poll was a waste of time and money but I'm glad we got to this point.
7 Dec 2017 16:03 - +161
What happened to that couple from Australia who heartened to divorce if gay marriage was ever legalized?
7 Dec 2017 15:54 - +129
7 Dec 2017 15:09 - +127
7 Dec 2017 15:48 - +88
Public gallery erupts into chorus of 'I Am Australian' after Parliament votes to legalise same-sex marriage -
7 Dec 2017 15:28 - +65
Moment of it passing:
7 Dec 2017 16:26 - +59
I was watching the verdict online for about an hour before it got put into law. The amount of blabbering idiots that tried to get their amendments in was astonishing. Thank God they were all voted down !

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