The following are resources that can be used to assist in our campaign to protect the definition of marriage, gender and family. The material provided below can be printed and freely distributed among your community network. Electronic copies may be forwarded via social media or uploaded to other online platforms. We ask only that users provide a link back to the Marriage Alliance website so that individuals can contact us if they wish to get involved in our campaign.

Also linked below is additional material which provides background information to the campaign concerning the legalisation of "same-sex marriage." This material will help explain to our friends, supporters, as well as those who want to understand our mission, why we’re engaging in this campaign, and why we’re opposing the proposed legislative reforms.

The campaign for "same-sex marriage" is the start of a broader campaign to reshape society on many levels, and this will have significant implications in the world of employment law, parental rights, freedom of association and speech, the nature of education in primary and secondary schools, and much more.

“Infertile couples - Making Sense of Marriage,” Marriage Equals

Watch this animated explanation of why we extend marriage to infertile couples, but not to same-sex couples. Continue reading

GIF: “Not every marriage has children, but every child has a mum and a dad,” Marriage Equals

Use this simple GIF image for social media to explain why every child has a mum and a dad.  Continue reading

"'Australian surrogacy laws need to change': Same sex Sydney couple," Wentworth Courier, Kate Bastians

This article tells the story of an Australian gay couple who have commissioned a surrogate mother to carry twins for them in the United States.  They are calling on the Australian government to legalise commercial surrogacy, and their call is echoed by “Families through Surrogacy” manager Sam Everingham. Continue reading

Labor promises LGBTI Discrimination Commissioner

As part of its election promises, Labor announced that it will, if elected, appoint an LGBTI discrimination commissioner to the Australian Human Rights Commission. Senator Penny Wong said the full-time, dedicated commissioner “will address structural discrimination, work towards ensuring our schools, workplaces and communities are free from discrimination, continuing Labor's tradition of removing discrimination and creating a more fair, more equal Australia." This LGBTI discrimination commissioner would be in addition to the sex discrimination commissioner whose jurisdiction includes discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation. Continue reading

“I am transgender. And I oppose Safe Schools,” Catherine McGregor, Daily Telegraph

Prominent transgender woman and Order of Australia recipient Catherine McGregor opines about her opposition to the Safe Schools program, saying that she is more than her gender. Continue reading

"Confessions of an Australian Woman Actively Seeking a Polygamous Relationship,"Matthew Dunn, News Limited

Interview with an Australian woman seeking the legalisation of polygamous marriage.   Continue reading

"'Renting our wombs is the family business': Four sisters from the SAME family make £10,000 a year having babies for gay European couples in Mexico's secret surrogacy trade," Daily Mail Australia, Alasdair Baverstock

Article tells the story of four sisters in Mexico who are all acting as surrogates for same-sex couples from Europe.  They say that being a young, single mother from a poor background, the options for work were either waitressing, prostitution or surrogacy. Continue reading

“The Rainbow Blackboard,” Kevin Donnelly, Quadrant

Opinion article by edcator Kevin Donnelly discussing the Safe Schools and Building Respectful Relationships resources.  It discusses the attempts to normalise homosexuality and bisexuality, including criticisms the rejection of traditional fairy tales such as Cinderella and Snow White on the grounds that they are “heterosexist.” Continue reading

“The same-sex marriage post that Facebook deleted,” John Dickson, The Drum

In the context of discussing a post of his which Facebook deleted, John Dickson talks about there being few, if any, examples of “hateful” language directed towards LGBTI persons from those who support natural marriage, but the propensity of same-sex marriage advocates to tell LGBTI persons that they are hated by supporters of natural marriage, contributing to their feelings of isolation. Continue reading

Video: “Making Sense of Marriage,” Marriage Equals

Watch this animated explanation of why the marriage debate isn’t about homophobia or bigotry: Continue reading