Sport Wallabies star opposes marriage equality

14:06  13 september  2017
14:06  13 september  2017 Source:   Wide World of Sports

Fitzy backs sport's marriage equality stance

  Fitzy backs sport's marriage equality stance Peter FitzSimons has put his support behind the marriage equality campaign on the same day Wallabies star Israel Folau voiced his opposition to it.  Speaking on Wide World of Sports' 5 Minutes with Fitzy segment, the former Wallaby congratulated the NRL for backing the 'Yes' campaign. "I like the NRL saying, 'We're an inclusive code'," FitzSimons said."Ian Roberts writing to them, Todd Greenberg writing back saying, 'Yes, NRL, we're inclusive, that's our prime value, we stand for inclusiveness, we are for same-sex marriage.

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High profile Wallabies star Israel Folau has unleashed a social media storm, after tweeting his opposition to moves to legalise same-sex marriage.

Folau, who is a devout Christian, has previously stayed silent on political and religious issues, but has drawn intense criticism following his comments.

Israel Folau. © Getty Images Israel Folau. “I love and respect all people for who they are and their opinions,” he tweeted.

“But personally, I will not support gay marriage.”

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But she’s making headlines for all the wrong reasons this week after writing a letter to the editor of The West Australian newspaper blasting Qantas airlines, whose CEO Alan Joyce was recently in the news for supporting marriage equality in the country.

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