They are not a “she” or a “he” or even a “she/he”, not a “him” or a “her”, and certainly not an “it”. They are not “herself” and “himself”, and what is theirs is no longer “hers” or “his”. Exactly what they are, language-wise, remains unclear.
A sharp rise in Australian children born in India shows laws criminalising commercial surrogacy are doing nothing to stop parents going overseas to find birth mothers for their children, surrogacy advocates say.
The US Supreme Court and our newly installed Prime Minister have put their weight behind legal recognition of same sex marriage. In California alone there are already 40,000 children who are being brought up by same sex couples.
THE Premier, Barry O'Farrell, must take a leadership role in tackling domestic violence in NSW, a ''profoundly personal problem, a destructive social issue and a serious crime'' that disproportionately affects women and costs the state $4.5 billion a year, a parliamentary inquiry has found.
An Australian parliamentary committee has ruled that the country's federal government does not have sole responsibility for marriage equality laws, paving the way for the state of New South Wales (NSW) to introduce its own same-sex marriage bill.
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