Tell us your story, send us a love letter

The opponents of marriage equality are claiming that if we have a national survey on whether or not the laws should be changed, it’s a de facto poll for a range of other unrelated issues.

We know that the call for equality is simply just recognising the love between two people, and their desire the formalise that committment before their friends and families.

As we fight for the right to be able to get married to our loved ones, we’re sharing stories of LGBTI couples, and we want you to send us your story.

Here’s how it works,

  1. Copy and paste the questions below into an email.
  2. Add your answers.
  3. Find a photo of you and your partner, a photo from your phone is fine, landscape orientation is best.
  4. Email the photo and answers to us.

Each day we’ll post a great gay love story to show the real lives of people who will benefit from the marriage laws being changed.

Here’s the questions.

  1. Who are you? What are your first names? (it’s helpful if you list your names so they match your photo)
  2. How did you meet?
  3. How long have you been a couple?
  4. What’s your favourite thing about each other?
  5. What has been a big moment in your relationship?
  6. Why do you want to see marriage equality in Australia?
  7. How do you foresee your wedding day? Describe it.

Thanks for taking part and sharing your story.

Read some of the stories shared so far

Ant and Corgan Bel and Becka

 

 

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