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.
"We call this video 'lounge room lobbying' because we want to bring our experience lobbying against this bill into people's lives and homes."
Pressure is continuing for the Australian government to scrap the controversial bill.
"The pandemic is a time when we should unite in the face of a common problem, not further divide the community as this bill would."
The disability support scheme has so far failed to introduce inclusivity policies.
“The federal government is more interested in pushing laws allowing discrimination in the name of religion than protecting children from discrimination.”
The government has released some of the submissions received from the community.
ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr has slammed the proposed new laws.
"Laws that allow discrimination based on sexuality and gender identity have no place in society."
They stated that the religious discrimination bills will “irreparably damage the Australian psyche”.
The activist groups oppose "any attempt to water down Tasmania’s sterling Anti-Discrimination Act".
The Temple of Satan has made a cheeky submission to the government on the controversial bill.
The disgraced Wallaby has claimed the fires are due to marriage equality.
More than 500 emails were sent on the first day of the campaign.