I don’t feel the need to present any - most of the arguments have been presented already as this debate has been done to death. I imagine most Australians are sick of hearing about it and would prefer that our politicians spend less time grandstanding on minor issues and more time focusing on jobs growth, affordable housing, and improving living conditions for all Australians.
I just find it amusing that certain people, such as yourself, are so convinced of their virtue that they fail to see they are behaving in the exact fashion they would have you believe they are fighting against.
For example, while the mere idea of having a free vote is so abhorrent to many of you because it might mean that some people are subjected to opinions they find to be offensive, no such consideration is given to offending religious Christians merely for expressing their own deeply felt religious values.
And while you might feel that it’s unfair for religion to enter the debate when not all are religious, western society was founded on Judeo-Christian beliefs and everyone is entitled to vote as per their own conscience and moral compass (which must come from somewhere). After all, why is it any better to “impose” a secular point of view than a religious one?
To be clear, I’m not saying you are acting bigoted because you are in favor of SSM, I’m saying you are acting that way because you are bullying those who dare share an opposing point of view.