This story is a satirical mirror of an absurd story about an LGBTIQAX+ activist feeling oppressed by a Christian Uber driver which was published on “10 daily” 15 Dec 2019.
Robyn Whitaker thinks Margaret Court is taking the Bible too literally about marriage, but her argument is full of terrible theology and logical fallacies. Here are the 3 major problems with her article.
The stories we’re being told about the “overwhelming majority support” for homosexual marriage are little more than wishful thinking.
The Project created some truly terrible moments of television last night in their mockery of a 74 year old lady, a Christian minister and undefeated national sporting hero.
Ben & Jerry’s have actually banned Australians from getting two scoops of the same flavour because we don’t agree social policy is as simple as eating ice cream. It’s becoming more and more apparent which side of this debate is attempting to impose their beliefs on everyone else.
Following my recent episode with Stuart Ballantyne, he’s written an open letter to the Board of Qantas offering some frank business advice and explaining why they’ve lost his support – annually worth $500,000-$700,000.
Tell big corporates in Australia that we want service from them, not lectures on how bigoted and backward we are if we don’t agree with them.