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Publisher's Summary

Pop on your headphones, and hit 'play' - Australia, let's talk about love.
Marriage equality is a subject that's captured the hearts and minds of Australians for years, and the topic of love is one for the ages. What is it to love and be loved? What does it mean to have our relationships recognised by the communities we are a part of? These questions and more are explored in Listen to Love, a six-part original audio series from in partnership with The Equality Campaign.
Listen to Love features some of Australia's favourite voices, including comedian Tom Ballard as host, comedian Joel Creasey with an original stand-up routine, writer and philosopher Damon Young with a thought-provoking discussion on the ethics of love and marriage, TV and radio personality Osher Günsberg reading classic love poetry, and Australian author Catherine Cole with a short story providing a timely reminder that how we experience love is how we experience the world. Bringing us up to speed on the issue of marriage equality in Australia is Dr Shirleene Robinson, a historian focusing on the evolving treatment of gay, lesbian and transgender Australians.
We also hear from everyday Australians whose lives are touched by the ongoing conversation about marriage equality. LGBTIQ couples sit down with broadcaster and performer Joel Carnegie to speak candidly about their relationships, and siblings Angie and Brent Greene explore the family dynamic of love as well as the issue of sexual discrimination in sport. These intimate real-life stories of love and commitment demonstrate the barriers faced by those Australians who are not presently able to marry the ones they love.
Listen to Love is free to download and listen to - don't miss your opportunity to hear these powerful Australian stories brought to you by and The Equality Campaign.
About the Listen to Love series:

Episode 1: Second Class Citizen - Joel Carnegie with LBGTIQ couples
Episode 2: What Is Love? - with Joel Creasey, featuring the poem 'Glisten' by Quinn Eades from the collection Rallying
Episode 3: So What's The Status Quo? - Tom Ballard with Dr Shirleene Robinson, featuring the poem 'To Be One with Each Other' by George Elliot
Episode 4: Standing Up for Us - Angie and Brent Greene, featuring the poem 'Sonnet 116' by William Shakespeare
Episode 5: The Ethics of Love - Damon Young, featuring 1 Corinthians 13:4-8
Episode 6: Mother Love - by Catherine Cole, narrated by Louise Siverse, featuring the poem 'Love's Philosophy' by Percy Bysshe Shelley

Production of The Space Company for Audible Originals.
©2017 Audible Originals (P)2017 Audible Originals
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4 out of 5 stars
By Sarah on 06-22-17

Equality for all

Lovely, touching stories... that also make me sad. Equality is a must... and now is the time!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Jess on 05-24-17

Sort yourself Australia.

Great stories. Sad that we still have to discuss the fact that Australia is so backwards on this matter though. Hurry up Australia!

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1 out of 5 stars
By Thomas Ellenby on 05-28-17

Great topic - but no real content

Episode 1 started strong, then it spiralled into random nonsense. Do a series on the elderly couple from episode 1, that would have been brilliant

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

3 out of 5 stars
By ReadforFun on 05-29-17

Great topic

Any additional comments?

Personally i think that each story ended before a "deep dive". Would of loved to hear more about the couple in episode 1.
I'm probably alone on this but honestly i didn't like the poems.

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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