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But statistically speaking, Canberra is Australia's real gay and lesbian capital — yes, normcore Canberra, with its politicians and suited bureaucrats. And not just by a little. ACT couples are 50 per cent more likely to be same-sex couples than couples elsewhere in the country. The odds are even higher for lesbians: the proportion of lesbian couples in the ACT relative to all couples is 65 per cent higher than the nationwide average. We know this because, although the Australian Bureau of Statistics ABS doesn't ask Australians about their sexual orientation, it uses their answers to other census questions to work out whether they live with a partner of the same sex.
This leads to very conservative estimates of the same-sex-attracted population, but it does allow some comparisons.
The ABS says simply that "same-sex couples were more likely to live in capital cities than outside capital cities". Yet that doesn't explain the statistical difference between Canberrans and, say, Adelaideans or Brisbanites. Recent history offers clues. Before the rest of Australia made moves on the issue, the ACT Government tried twice this century to give same-sex couples the same rights as married couples.
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The ACT Legislative Assembly passed laws in to allow "civil unions" between two people regardless of their sex, and tried again in to create laws to allow same-couples to marry. Commonwealth intervention saw both of these laws overturned, until the Federal Parliament eventually passed marriage-equality legislation in late On Friday Mr Barr announced his Government's latest move to make the capital an LGBTQI-friendly city: it will ban conversion therapy — a practice sometimes called "praying the gay away" — which tries to change a person's sexual orientation.
The discredited practice, used historically by some church groups, has been linked to mental harm and suicide, and is now rarely used. But Mr Barr says he is aware of several cases in recent years and wants to ensure that "this quackery" never happens again in Canberra. On the broader question of why Canberra attracts so many same-sex couples, Mr Barr has two answers. There is a very strong correlation between education levels, and tolerance, inclusion and willingness to embrace difference," he said.
Mr Barr also says "word of mouth" is at work: people who move to Canberra increasingly spread the message that the city is safe and accepting. Ms Mudford says the combination of government policy, community activism and the support of employers had created an environment that differed to other places in Australia. It means that when you rock up to a service, or to work, or go out to a social event, you know you're going to be included — and that's very important.
The ABS data on sexuality is very limited, capturing only those Australians who declare on census night that they live with their same-sex de facto partner.
The bureau was considering expanding its understanding by asking about gender and sexual orientation in the next census. However, ABS head David Kalisch told Federal Parliament last week he had dropped this plan, saying "it was clear there were some greater sensitivities" around those questions.
Mr Barr says this decision is unfortunate and he urges Kalisch to reconsider, if there's time, because governments need the information. He says the information would help government agencies plan for the future — for example, with the aged-care sector. How will that sector respond? Ms Mudford agrees, and says the fear that asking questions about sexual orientation could be seen as "intrusive" or "sensitive" is part of the problem.
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