The controversial bill has been withdrawn.
Protest are being held around the country today to fight the bill.
A Senate inquiry has heard schools “can and do” dismiss staff for being LGBTIQA+.
The bill would have "a disastrous impact".
The Australian Government is divided over protections for LGBTIQA+ students.
Critics have called the new draft of the bill "extreme and unnecessary".
The Noosa Temple of Satan says it looks forward to being protected by the religious discrimination bill.
The proposed laws have been called an "unprecedented attack" on existing protections.
Advocates have continued highlighting how the bill would hurt LGBTIQ+ people and others.
“This bill doesn't represent Australia in 2021.”
"Young LGBTIQ people today continue to suffer significant mental health problems because of the discrimination and vilification they still experience."
The legislation would allow discrimination against marginalised groups including LGBTIQ people.
“The Biden Administration is taking great steps forward on inclusion and equality while the Morrison Government is heading in the opposite direction.”
Activists are opposing the Australian Christian Lobby's attempts to water down anti-discrimination protections.
“LGBT kids deserve action, not being abandoned by a Prime Minister who has yet to honour his promise.”
20% reported that they work in places where they are not confident action would be taken on discrimination.
Reverend Inkpin has become the first openly trans minister inducted into an Australian church.
The religious discrimination bill could save the day for the limited-edition blood-infused shoes.
The tennis star turned preacher will receive a second Australia Day honour.
The Noosa Temple of Satan is campaigning against the religious discrimination bill.