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.

Video: National Press Club Address, Conservative Religious Leaders

Mathew Stayer, Founder and Chair of the Liberty Counsel, discusses the implications of same-sex marriage on freedoms for those who disagree with same-sex marriage.  He responds to the suggestion that people will not be affected by redefinition by pointing to examples in other countries. Continue reading

“Muslim community taking the lead in latest round of Ontario sex-education protests,” Chris Selley, National Post

Reports on a protest of the compulsory sex-ed curriculum in Canada, where same-sex marriage has been legal for 10 years.  The protest is being led by Islamic families and others, who do not believe that primary school aged children be taught about masturbation, and 11-year olds about anal sex. Continue reading

“The Research on Same-Sex Parenting: “No Differences” No More,” Jamie Bryan Hall, The Heritage Foundation

Outlines the flaws in studies which show that there is no difference in outcomes for children of same-sex parents as compared to children of heterosexual parents. Continue reading

“Barrie parents welcome new curriculum,” Cheryl Browne, Barrie Examiner

Outlines the Canadian sex-ed curriculum, which includes introducing gender identity and sexual orientation in grade 3, and masturbation and gender expression in grade 6. Continue reading

“Emotional Problems among Children with Same-Sex Parents: Difference by Definition,” D. Paul Sullins, British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science, 7(2): 99-120

Large study of children raised by same-sex parents.  It finds that common biological parentage is important for optimum child well-being, rejecting the oft-cited claim that children fare just as well, if not better, than children raised by same-sex parents.  It also finds that stigmatisation of children with same-sex parents does not explain this difference. Continue reading

“Love Is All You Need: Insights from the Longest Longitudinal Study on Men Ever Conducted,” Brett & Kate McKay, The Art of Manliness

Longer article on the Grant Study, again showing that mothers and fathers provide different learnings to their children. Continue reading

“A Warning from Canada: Same-Sex Marriage Erodes Fundamental Rights,” Dawn Stefanowicz, Public Discourse

Describes the restrictions on freedoms in Canada in the 10 years since same-sex marriage was legalised in that country. Continue reading

Video: "Surrogacy in Thailand," SBS The Feed

This short clip from Australian news and current affairs program begins with the story of a same-sex couple from Australia who explain that they needed to go overseas to find a surrogate mother to bear a child for them because Australia prohibits commercial surrogacy. Continue reading

“We need reform, not rainbows,” Benn Dorrington, Star Observer

Quotes Justice Michael Kirby and academic Professor Dennis Altman as saying the homosexual community should be more concerned about the influence of religious institutions and seeking to restrict their “exemptions” under anti-discrimination laws than “smaller” battles. Continue reading

“A 75-Year Harvard Study Finds What It Takes To Live A Happy Life,” Scott Stossel, The Atlantic

Summarises main findings from Harvard Grant Study.  Reports that warm relationships with father contribute to different outcomes than warm relationships with mother. Continue reading