|Monday, 03 September 2012 10:50|
The Tasmanian government is continuing down the path of 'progressive' changes...
Last week they passed two laws...
* State-based same-sex 'marriage' law - Tasmania already has a 'Relationship Register' law for same-sex (and heterosexual) couples.
Comment: Of course, marriage is a federal responsibility - not a state one - and various legal opinions say this move is actually illegal - if passed, it could be challenged in the High Court.
* Surrogacy law - to allow homosexual and de facto heterosexual couples to get a surrogate to carry a baby for them. The law had been under consideration for a year, and was finally passed by the Legislative Council. Read media report.
Tasmania was the last state to legalise homosexual sexual activity - now they seem to want to be the first to fully endorse homosexual relationships by legalising same-sex 'marriage' and surrogacy. It shows the state of the world we are living in, with God's word about marriage and family increasingly being rejected by society - and governments.