In an online post, the group wrote, 'If same-sex marriage becomes law, parents will not have a leg to stand on if they don't want their kids taught radical sex education, and gender ideologies'.
"School told my son he could wear a dress next year if he felt like it", a woman claims as the ad opens.
"The most likely timing for a consideration of a bill to provide for additional legal safeguards, to complement existing legal protections and to support the fair and proper conduct of the Australian Marriage Law Survey, will be after the High Court's hearings on 5 and 6 September", he said.
It features several Australian mothers claiming problems may arise at schools if legislation to legalise same-sex marriage is passed.
One of the lines in the advertisement says: "When same-sex marriage passes as law overseas, this type of programme becomes wide-spread and compulsory".
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Equality Campaign executive director Tiernan Brady has labelled the advertisement "disgraceful in its dishonesty" news.com reports.
Coalition for Marriage spokeswoman Sophie York has issued a statement saying millions of Australians are concerned about the consequences of changing the Marriage Act, News Corp Australia said. "For the record we note Meghan Trainor supports marriage equality and we respect her right to her opinion on the matter".
There has been a diverse reaction to the ad on social media with some arguing it fails to address "real" issues of same sex marriage, instead, making it a discussion about children and the Government's Safe Schools program.
While maintaining the church had a right to participate in the debate, he noted: "The vote relates to marriage as a civil right, and is not in essence about the Catholic sacramental understanding of marriage". "Everyone should be able to love who they want". Rather, she said, it's about the ability for religious people to express their view on marriage without fear of intimidation.
Australian Labor leader Bill Shorten told Fairfax the ad was "total rubbish" and was "offensive and hurtful to LGBTI Australians and their families".
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"This is exactly what was predicted when Malcolm Turnbull made a decision to waste $122 million (NZD$133 million) on a postal survey. He gave the green light to this rubbish", he said.
"This is not freedom of speech".
"I do believe that marriage between a man and woman and family are the bedrock of society and if we follow that through then it could weaken us", he told radio 3AW on Tuesday.
The rector of St Ignatius', Father Ross Jones, outlined the rights already afforded to same-sex couples in Australia, adding many now wish to marry "for the same reasons as their opposite-sex counterparts".
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