Politician challenged on marriage equality on TV by her gay brother
The planned public vote on whether Australia should allow LGBTQ citizens to marry continues to be a heated issue, even within families.
It came to a head on national television Monday, when Australian politician Bridget McKenzie was confronted with a pre-recorded question from her younger brother who is gay on ABC’s live panel show, Q&A.
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“Given the majority of parliamentarians and Australians now support marriage equality, is a $160 million plebiscite necessary and what impact do you think the debate will have on the emotional wellbeing of gay and lesbians like me,” Alastair McKenzie asked his sister. Read more…More about Lgbtq, Lgbt Issues, Marriage Equality, Plebiscite, and Australia
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