WOMEN won the right to vote in Western Australia in 1899 and the right to stand for Parliament in 1920.
Imagine a modern political landscape where women cannot exercise their right to vote?
All that happened around 100 years ago and I am sure many men at the time were reluctant to give women the vote, but eventually they got used to the idea.
In the same way, I am sure that in 100 years same-sex marriage will be viewed in the same light as women’s|suffrage was.
Australians will eventually get used to the idea.
Many already are. To quote US comedian Louis C.K: "It doesn't have any effect on your life. What do you care?”
Well... what do you care?
What if your child grows up in a society that allows same-sex marriage?
And what if that child decided they identified as gay, lesbian or bi-sexual in a society that did or did not allow same-sex couples to get married?
Besides, if you don’t like gay marriage, blame straight people, they are the ones who keep having gay babies - Anonymous. (quote by anonymous)