To all who are demanding equal rights I ask why …

Comment on Alice’s upbeat YES campaign for marriage equality by Evelyne Roullet.

To all who are demanding equal rights I ask why an Australian women earn 23% less than men, according to workplace equality scorecard? This is out of context? Maybe not.
As we ask same rights for sexual life, we should demand same rights for working life.

Evelyne Roullet Also Commented

Alice’s upbeat YES campaign for marriage equality
PS: I would like to ask why two married homosexuals should earn more than two married lesbians if they doing the same work?

Alice’s upbeat YES campaign for marriage equality
I do not think that the “No”voices are only for religious groups. I believe they keep quiet not to be picked on by the “Yes” bullies who assume that everybody must agree with them: “Shame on you, you are not for equality”. Businesses advertised their support for Yes, should the No boycott them?

Same sex marriage for true love sure but why not for bigamy? One can truly love more than one person. I voted No, not because of the same sex, but because I am against marriage all together. In my eyes unless it is for religious beliefs marriage is an outmoded institution. De Facto is the way.

What is a de facto relationship?

“A de facto relationship is defined in Section 4AA of the Family Law Act 1975. The law requires that you and your former partner, who may be of the same or opposite sex, had a relationship as a couple living together on a genuine domestic basis.”

Recent Comments by Evelyne Roullet

Pack of girls attacked me, says Chinese on working holiday
Laurence: I am one of those useful idiots chanting that it takes the whole of a village to raise a child.
But, Laurence, this idiot has the guts to put her name to her posts. How can we take advice from an anonymous source? And who knows, the village could be healthier with people proud of their ideas and opinions?
You cannot publish your name? Because of your job? Your family? Get rid of them if this stops you to be true to yourself.
It takes the whole of a village to raise a child does not mean that the village has no rules. To the contrary. A village has expectations, behaviours, boundaries.
Breach of rules and crimes must be punished.

‘Bring back school based constables’
One tick for you Alex, from one ratbag to another.

‘Bring back school based constables’
Glynnis was doing a excellent job, with the support of the staff and the respect of the students.
Discipline was strict but fair but also parents were not interfering, whinging to the principal as they do now.
Alex can probably back be up on that (he’d better as I was part of the staff when he was a student, ha ha).

Government alcohol policies a giant hangover
@ Former resident: “No more drive through bottle shops for Alice or Tennant Creek.”
Why not Darwin? It is bad enough that I cannot buy my sherry for cooking before 6pm.
I have a certificate of naturalisation stating that I have the same rights and privileges than all Australians.
Close all drive through bottle shops and I will agree with you. Unless Northern Territory is not Australia.
You have the happy drinkers and the nasty and violent drinkers. Why put them all in the same bag?

Mayor: town needs ‘full lockdown’ on bottle shops
Local bloke: Would that make a difference if it was expensive wine? May be it is for a party, a take away for going away for one week or two!
Alcohol is already controlled: No cask wine, fortified wine before 6pm and limited to one bottle.
Control! Control! It is bandaid solutions punishing the non-guilty. Fixing the cause of the illness is more difficult.

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