Empowering young Australians to be a clear Christian voice
Maintaining a distinction between marriage relationships and committed same-gender relationships does not imply inequality. Rather, it means that we can continue to affirm that marriage, by incorporating family, social and biological rights and responsibilities into a universally recognised institution, is truly something to be ‘honoured by all’.
As we said yesterday, same-sex “marriage” is not a social justice issue. Why? Firstly, legalising same-sex “marriage” legitimises the destructive homosexual lifestyle. Hear from those who have experienced the lifestyle: Janet Boynes and Dawn Stefanowicz.
Secondly, it takes away the rights of children to grow up with their biological mum and dad. There is no social justice in same-sex “marriage”.
Removing gender from marriage also destroys diversity and leads society towards the loss of sexual difference.
But what about inequality and discrimination? Isn’t equality important?
It’s important to have the correct understanding. Rob Agnelli discusses the two principles here.