Please send the following to help keep the Marriage Act free of discrimination!

    Dear Members of Parliament,

    Yours sincerely,

    Dear Members of the Victorian Parliament,

    I support marriage equality because I believe all Australians should be treated equally.

    For the same reason, I oppose any new laws that perpetuate discrimination by allowing LGBTIQ people to be refused services.

    New Zealand, Canada, Britain and Ireland all achieved marriage equality without provisions allowing further discrimination.

    It's not the Australian way to allow people to be turned away.

    Please support marriage equality reforms that are truly equal.

    Yours Sincerely,

    Say no to laws allowing LGBTIQ Australians to be refused service

    Government members are proposing laws that would allow LGBTIQ Australians wanting to marry to be discriminated against by civil celebrants and business owners who have a religious objection to same-sex relationships.

    These refusal-of-service laws will only apply to LGBTIQ people, stigmatising us as unequal. However, in the future, they could be expanded to allow discrimination against other people whose relationships "offend" religious values.

    Australians are overwhelmingly against shop front signs declaring "No Asians" or "No Blacks". We should not enact laws that effectively allow businesses and services to declare "No Gays".