Monthly Archives: April 2014

"Married lesbian threesome" having first child

This week saw the announcement of a lesbian group marriage expecting "their" first child. And why not!? If marriage is not limited by gender, by what logical principle should it be limited by number? If marriage is just about "love and commitment", then who can say that three women's "love and commitment" is not as good as two...
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"Love knows no limits" – nor does disgraceful bullying

Watch this new video of how the gay juggernaut is crushing a gentle old lady, a florist, who dares stand in its way. Her long-time friend and customer, Rob, now plans to 'marry' a man under Washington State's new 'marriage' laws. The elderly florist, after much soul-searching, tells him with a heavy heart that she...
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The high price of holding the line on marriage

‘No consequences’ for anyone else is the refrain of those pushing for a new definition of marriage.

Of course this noble idea unravelled long ago in Europe and the United States and we demonstrated this in our submissions to the various Parliamentary inquiries. But it is now unravelling in Australia, even though we...
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‘Sports and homophobia’: of course, this is the right thing to do

  At AMF we think there is more than enough intelligence in the Australian community to keep two separate things in our minds at once:

1. that it is right not to discriminate against our neighbours in matters like sports teams just because they have private same-sex attraction (which need have no bearing on their...

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“I was jeered and spat at for defending marriage”

  BY CAROLINE FARROW Recently I appeared in the audience of BBC’s Question Time in my home town of Brighton after a friend asked me to take their place at short notice. When Marilyn Barmer stood up and nervously asked whether the first gay marriages due to take place in the city in the next 24 hours were...
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Clear and compelling: Ryan Anderson on saying no to same-sex marriage

Get yourself a coffee and spend twenty excellent minutes in the audience at this recent presentation by Ryan Anderson. About as smart a young scholar as you will find on all the relevant issues about the meaning of marriage, the consequences of redefining marriage, and the dodgy games played with "social science" in recent years. Read more