Monday, 24 December 2012

Merry Christmas!

A merry Christmas to all my readers and supporters! I hope that you are able to spend a wonderful time with your family and friends at Christmas. If you don't work in retail, you might even get some time off!

When we focus on the last year, and what the next year might bring, please remember these simple things:

  1. All of us are entitled to equality. It is not for politicians or others to discriminate against any of us based on our relationships or sexuality. The words might have been by a slaveholder, and these days would be seen as being sexist, but the words by Jefferson are still powerful: "All men are created equal."
  2. Politicians are not our masters, but our servants. The louder the message of equality, the more likely they will listen, and act.
  3. While at times it might seem nothing changes, in reality change does happen, although at times it might seem very slow. Be positive, change will happen. Make yourself an agent of change, and change will surely follow you.
Cheers and best wishes to you and yours at this festive time

Stephen Page

Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Only two days to go to tell the Senate about the proposed anti-discrimination bill:

Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Qld not to further amend Civil Partnerships Act

Queensland Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie has announced that he will not be further amending the Civil Partnerships Act, despite its abolition being sought by Wendy Francis of the Australian Christian Lobby:

Wednesday, 5 December 2012

California ruling limits scope of law banning 'gay conversion' therapists: