Meghan Trainor Shut Down Australian Anti-Marriage Equality Group Using Her Image

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Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce, who has spoken out in favor of gay unions, said on Monday his company will throw its support behind the campaign to legalize same-sex marriage.

A fan brought the ad to Trainor's attention on Twitter and asked if she had agreed to be a part of it.

"Someone in Australia is illegally using my picture for a campaign against marriage equality".

Both the Prime Minister and Opposition Leader have publicly announced their support for marriage equality.

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A sex worker is offering a big discount for those who are voting yes in Australia's survey on same-sex marriage.

Dr. Pansy Lai, leader of the Australian Chinese for Families Association, which opposes same-sex marriage, said that many Chinese were anxious about the outcome of the vote.

Organisers of the campaign did respond to the controversy and told Guardian Australia: "We apologise to Meghan Trainor and her support base if this has caused any angst or distress".

And Thor star Hemo also sought to hammer home his point by posting: 'Dear open minded, free speaking, laid back, life loving aussies.

The anti-marriage equality group - which has almost 4,000 fans - just yesterday compared same-sex marriage with "man's love for a dog" and called same-sex couples who wanted to Wednesday "counterfeits". Given there are three time zones in Australia, we suggest you go with Canberra time which is 3pm in London.

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The surveys are set to be mailed to registered voters on September 12, with the results to be released on November 15.

Celebrities around the world are advocating for Australians to register to vote and have their voices heard in the country's upcoming referendum on same-sex marriage.

In the last federal election, more than 250,000 people aged between 18 and 24 were missing from the electoral roll.

As the Daily Mail reported, the image shared by the actor is a reminder about the "postal plebiscite on same sex marriage laws", which is being held next month.

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