This is a Michelle, my Uber driver. Yesterday was a big day for her, too. Her Italian Catholic father voted Yes and then said to her: “This means I can walk you down the aisle now.” Michelle said she didn’t even think that it would have meant so much to him. We had a little cry. http://pic.twitter.com/Afvrdll4tL
— Rick Morton (@SquigglyRick) November 15, 2017
Never let anyone tell you young people are apathetic. They are beautiful and they care. Deeply. This gives me so much hope for the future 🙏🏻❤️😘🏳️🌈 https://t.co/4yuqgzwEyt
— Magda Szubanski (@MagdaSzubanski) November 15, 2017
Twenty years ago, in the electorate of Braddon, polls showed 70% of the population supported 25 years jail for homosexual sex. It just voted 54% for marriage equality. Don't ever let anyone tell you change doesn't come.
Tasmania as a whole beat the national average.
— Stephen Luntz (@sluntz) November 14, 2017