Monthly Archives: December 2016

  • French woman wants to marry a robot as expert predicts sex robots to become preferable to humans

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    NZ Herald 24 December 2016 Family First Comment: Just when you thought it couldn’t get wackier… “The “proud robosexual” said she always loved the voices of robots as a child but realised at 19 she...

  • ‘Husband, wife’ now ‘off limits’ (Australia)

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    The Australian December 2016 Family First Comment: “The guide is one of the ways in which we are addressing and eradicating homophobia, biphobia and transphobia.” Biphobia? What it really shows is that reality and common...

  • Capitulation by English on Marriage ‘Shocking’

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    Media Release 12 December 2016 Family First NZ is shocked and disappointed by comments by new Prime Minister Bill English that he would now vote for same-sex ‘marriage’. “It is incredible how quickly Mr English...

  • Incoming Prime Minister Bill English U-turns on gay marriage

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    NZ Herald 12 December 2016 Family First Comment: Wow! How quickly they flip-flop. Even Donald Trump didn’t capitulate like this. “Just seeing the impact it has had for couples and the fact that it doesn’t...

  • A UK poll on religious freedom and association

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    Hot-tip Kiwiblog 1 December 2016 This UK poll gave respondents eight scenarios and asked for each of them whether they should be considered grounds for taking someone to court. In all of them only a...

  • Who Is NZ’s Longest Married Couple 2017?

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    Media Release 2 Dec 2016 Is 81+ years still the record? And is it a world record? For the second year running, Family First NZ has launched the annual search for the Longest Married Couple...

  • Minimal Interest for Same-Sex ‘Marriage’

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    Media Release 2 Dec 2016 Three years on from the definition of marriage being changed, statistics show that the demand has been insignificant, and has had to be boosted by overseas couples which represent almost...