The Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey and the Limitations of Vulnerability-based Politics
This article investigates opposition to the Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey, which surveyed Australians on their position on marriage equality from September to November 2017. Opposition to the hosting of a public vote on marriage equality was based in a perceived vulnerability of LGBTIQ Australians, with marriage equality advocates taking what Tietze (2016) described as a dark view of the voting public'. While acknowledging the high levels of homophobic rhetoric that occurred during the...[Show more]
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