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Entertainment News: News

Thu 1 Jul, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


I think it's time we allow everyone the ability to love and marry if they choose. It's discrimination and I believe we are above that

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Ruby Rose, an openly lesbian MTV presenter in Australia, has lashed out her Nations latest Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, after she declared she didn’t believe in gay marriage.

Using social networking site, Twitter, Rose, 24, branded the views of Australia’s first female PM as blatant “discrimination" in a series of Tweets to her followers.

"This morning Julia Gillard said there will be no changes to the marriage act as it is only appropriate a man and woman get married.

"When asked her personal opinion she stated yes, she also believes this and it reflects community views...

she has not asked the community for their views. We didn't even elect her!"

According to Digital Spy, the MTV VJ, who is reportedly engaged to supermodel Catherine McNeill, later wrote about the situation: "I think it's time we allow everyone the ability to love and marry if they choose. It's discrimination and I believe we are above that. It's 2010. All we can do is keep fighting. We have come so far, but clearly have more work to do!"

 

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