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Heidi McIvor opposes same sex marriage. Picture: Supplied Source:Supplied. They have created new life together.

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Australia is gearing up to vote on gay marriage, and Vote NO Australia —a campaign that's fighting against the legislation—has cropped up using none other than Meghan Trainor's face. Meghan has been an outspoken supporter or LGBTQ rights, so it's pretty bizarre and also super wrong that her face was used. And yes she has some thoughts on the matter:.

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If a soap commercial vilified gay people, it would be yanked off air. But TV ads about same-sex marriage face no such restrictions. In the lead-up to the postal surveywhich will ask Australians if they support same-sex marriage, Fairfax Media has examined how standard anti-discrimination rules might apply.

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Inthe National Organization for Marriage launched a 1. The ad aired after California's Proposition 8eliminating the right of same-sex couples to marry, passed in public election after having been behind in the polls. During the run-up to the vote, an advertisement aired saying schoolchildren would be taught about gay marriage should the proposition fail.

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These are external links and will open in a new window. An advert urging Australians to vote against legalising same-sex marriage has been criticised for linking the debate to school gender education. Australia will hold a non-binding postal survey next month to gauge support for changing its Marriage Act to include same-sex couples.

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Television ads warning schools will allow boys to wear dresses and compel students to role play same-sex relationships will hit the air tonight, in the first major foray from the no campaign in the same-sex marriage postal survey. The Coalition for Marriage ads, authorised by Marriage Alliance spokeswoman Sophie York, were released online and will air for the first time on Tuesday evening. The second ad features three mothers and attempts to link the issue of whether same-sex couples should be allowed to marry to anti-bullying programs such as Safe Schools, which teach acceptance of sexual diversity.

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Channel Ten's evening comedy current affairs program The Project specialises in producing talking points that go viral and last night was no exception. Just 24 hours after the Coalition for Marriage aired a controversial TV advertisement as part of the "no" campaign against same-sex marriage, The Project produced a parody version that has the yes side laughing and enraged no voters who have accused the show of left-wing bias, facism, bigotry and bullying. And plenty of people who said they'd vote yes have also taken the show to task for its skit, saying it fails to respect those choosing to vote no.

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Basically, the ad shifts the debate from marriage itself to the possible consequences for children. Shelton said on the radio station 3AW on Wednesday. A program they might have in mind is a government-financed initiative run by Safe Schools Coalition Australia.

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Updated August 30, The Federal Government will wait until the High Court rules on the validity of the same-sex marriage postal survey before it moves to strengthen advertising restrictions. The announcement came just as the first nationally televised advert from the No campaign was broadcast into homes across the country.

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