Today's National Marriage Day Rally on the lawn at Parliament House involved a strange gathering of oldies, politicians, pastors and political wannabies – and some of the worst homophobia imaginable.
Concerned that legislating in favour of gay marriage would be the first step on a slippery slope to polyamorous marriages or harm to young people, church leaders battling against equality are stepping up their fear tactics.
Knowing he'll be outnumbered by a massive amount of people mobilising against his anti-equality message, mischievous right-wing Christian pundit Peter Madden says he no longer wants his few supporters to join him in Sydney's Hyde Park this Sunday to rally
After causing a stir in Lismore and Brisbane, Peter Madden's gay hate truck will be finishing its tour with an anti-gay marriage rally in Sydney on April 1 – so here's the Harbour City's chance to peacefully protest against its vile message.
Two very similar websites sprung up in the past week - both claiming to be created by 'sensible' people. Which one will YOU support?
In the same week as the Bob Katter ad fiasco, LGBT Queenslanders and their supporters are facing another public attack.
A year after Christian Democrat Party candidate Peter Madden's campaign for local government ended in embarrassing defeat, his election posters can still be seen around Sydney, while he continues to upload anti-gay rhetoric on YouTube.
We'd think notorious Christian campaigner Peter Madden's latest video was simply laughable if it wasn't so toxic.
While lobbying for gay marriage in Canberra today, equality advocate Alex Greenwich says he was surprised to see Sydney's unsuccessful Christian Democrat Party candidate and Mardi Gras foe Peter Madden outside Parliament.
John Madden, the brother of outspoken "War on Mardi Gras" Christian Democratic Party candidate Peter Madden, says he's outraged by his sibling's comments against our communities.
Who would have thought daytime television could get so heated?