In case you haven’t noticed, in the post-marriage equality world the war is raging on.
Just take the fact that the AFL women’s comp is now staging a ‘Pride Game’.
Ironically by 2020 it will probably be played entirely by men.
It was launched a few days ago with these words:
You know we had a massive break through with marriage equality but we sorta can’t stop there. We just have to keep pushing…
Special occasion that will create inclusiveness, gender diversity, and welcoming of all people 🤗🤗
— WesternBulldogs AFLW (@BulldogsW) February 7, 2018
Pushing for what?
Well that would be the total eradication of traditional Christian-based belief. The ‘Yes’ campaign’s submission for to the Religious Freedom Review is described this way by Fairfax media:
Religious schools should be forced to hire LGBTI teachers and all church exemptions to anti-discrimination law should be abolished, the “yes” campaign has told Philip Ruddock’s religious freedom inquiry.
And this is what the actual submission recommends:
Religious exemptions in state and federal anti-discrimination law should be repealed. In particular, the exemptions should not allow discrimination in publicly funded delivery of goods and services, and particularly those services targeting vulnerable population groups…
The pro-homosexual marriage lobby groups haven’t shut down. They are only just gearing up. In their sights are parents, Catholic schools and ordinary Australians who may dare to disagree on marriage.
And if you didn’t see this coming then you have had your head in the sand…