Chris Hemsworth, Margot Robbie push for gay marriage in Australia
- Author: Kyle Peterson Aug 25, 2017,
Aug 25, 2017, 1:13
"/ My name is no, my sign is no, my number is no / You need to let it go, you need to let it go".
A fan brought the ad to Trainor's attention on Twitter and asked if she had agreed to be a part of it.
Australians who want to have their say in the upcoming same-sex marriage postal survey have until midnight Thursday to enrol.
Malcolm Turnbull has urged Australians to ignore "extreme and unpleasant" campaign material relating to same-sex marriage. "So wrong. Not okay".
"I don't want them abrogating to themselves the right to take the most attractive word in the English language and saying, "oh now that's mine", he said.
Both the Prime Minister and Opposition Leader have publicly announced their support for marriage equality.
"She accompanied this image with the message: "❤️ VOTE YES FOR MARRIAGE EQUALITY. The actor reminded everyone that Australia is a country based on the idea of equal citizenship, which he feels means that marriage should be open to every single citizen, no matter who they love.
"Once it came to our attention it was immediately removed".
"We also know there are almost 300,000 people under 25, and over half a million under 40, who are missing and yet, as of Monday, there were fewer than 40,000 new enrolments".
"We are committed as a firm locally and globally to creating and maintaining a supportive and inclusive working environment, where individuals of diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression can succeed professionally and fully contribute to the goals of the firm". We are a community run page, not linked to any organizations and admit this was an unintentional error.
Alongside one Instagram post encouraging her Australian followers to vote, Trainor wrote: "VOTE YES FOR MARRIAGE EQUALITY".
The AEC says almost 55,000 people have enrolled in the past fortnight and an additional 577,879 enrolled voters have checked or updated their details.
If the population votes in favour of gay marriage, then a vote in parliament is expected later in the year.
In the last federal election, more than 250,000 people aged between 18 and 24 were missing from the electoral roll.
And, he fears they plan the a similar appropriation of the word "marriage".
Meanwhile, leading politicians have brandished the slogans "it's Adam and Eve not Adam and Steve" and compared gay weddings to marrying the Eiffel Tower. The Vote NO Australia promos read: "My vote is no".
This is because the deadline they were given, September 10, was after the cut-off for the postal vote, on August 24.