Australia is currently holding a public vote on whether same-sex couples should be allowed to marry. And the ‘no’ campaigners believe that it would lead to ‘radical sex education’ and ‘transgender marriage’. In a speech this week, Coalition for Marriage head Lyle Shelton accused people who support equal marriage of “snobbery”. According to the report by ‘Out in Perth’, the campaigner has claimed: “There’s only about 20 or so out of 200 that have redefined marriage. It’s only a few Western countries that have decided they’re better than the millennia of human history and anthropology, so they redefined marriage. I think we’re showing a lot of chronological snobbery in a handful of countries in the west.” he also cited the British PM Theresa May who spoke for trans rights. David van Gend, a spokesman for the Coalition for Marriage and president of the Australian Marriage Forum, spoke up in a radio interview to defend the “traditional teaching that it’s a disordered form of behaviour”.