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Over the past year I have been interacting with two individuals.
Although they come from very different backgrounds, they have one thing in common: Each is addicted to some form of pornography.
Now that the Senate has refused the plebiscite again, the postal survey will be the next option.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics will run the process with ballot papers going to every enrolled Australian from next month, to be returned by November 7 and a result on November 25.
“Not having a game plan to address how to get the stories out there would have been stupid.” Chiakulas told Shadowproof, “During the course of our group chat, tensions ran very high, especially for the people who had been closest with Chariton.
Children are being exposed to hatred by the push for a public vote on same-sex marriage, Labor senator Penny Wong has told the Upper House."This ain't a respectful debate," she said in a passionate speech to the Senate this morning.
The Senate has refused to let the Government bring back the bill for a plebiscite on same-sex marriage, with Labor, the Greens and the Nick Xenophon Team combining to reject it.
The Government will now move to conduct a voluntary postal survey instead, although independent MP Andrew Wilkie and other same-sex marriage advocates have already launched a court challenge against it.
Senator Wong called the moves to ask Australians to vote a damaging and expensive stunt to avoid having Parliament decide on allowing same-sex marriage, and a sign of the Government's division and the Prime Minister's weakness.