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With 35 deaths in Europe last year and the possibility of more this year the anti-vaxxers have these deaths and the serious complications from measles, on their conscience.
It's been more than two years since Ireland voted by a large majority to legalise same-sex marriage, becoming the first nation to do so in a referendum.
The issue has now disappeared from the public and political arena in the country but many former Yes and No voters are once again taking an interest in the debate, thanks largely to what's happening Down Under.
Both sides say Australians can learn from the Irish experience ahead of the Turnbull Government's voluntary non-binding postal survey.
the time has come to very simply say that 'this is not God's will'."Now [church leaders] will be called bigoted and all the rest of it, but they have to take that on the chin.
It was founded in 1999 in Cape Town, South Africa, by London-based South Africans Gary Frisch and his partner Henry Badenhorst, after a friend complained that he was too busy to look for a new boyfriend.
The initial idea was based upon a then current concept of a corporate intranet that was in development under the codename "RADAR" (Rapid Access And Deployment Resource) for a prominent South African advertising conglomerate by programmers Ian Van Schalkwyk and Stephen Hadden. In May 2007 Henry Badenhorst was named by the Independent on Sunday Pink List as the fourth most influential gay person in Britain, down from third place the previous year.
Media attention was drawn in 2003 when the website was used by Labour Party MP Chris Bryant, and in 2006, when married Liberal Democrat leadership candidate Mark Oaten used it to find gay sexual partners.
The chairman and co-founder of Gaydar, Gary Frisch died unexpectedly at his home in London on 11 February 2007, aged 38 years.
In 2017, Gaydar relaunched its site, app and brand.