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Paedophilia is illegal and a very serious crime incest is culturally taboo and against the law rape against a female or male is absolutely unacceptable and against the law If you want to be sure you don’t disgust the person you fancy, you’d better have a look at this page too! And maybe here as well to find out about the hidden rules of personal space. 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  • australian culture and customs find out how australians do things, how we see the world and the world sees us Home Australia Australian identity etiquette and customs holiday Home immigration identity international perspectives language and slang law leisure and tourism multiculturalism politics popular culture racism slang tourism work and business 10 things about sex, love and relationships in Australia it’s quite acceptable to live together as a couple in Australia without being married even if you have children more and more often younger teenagers engage in sex regularly it is quite legal to have a gay or lesbian partner it is culturally acceptable to have sex before marriage and most people do you can get married in a church or other religious place but you don’t have to;  a civic ceremony is all that is required to make a legal marriage it is against Australian law and culture to have more than one husband or one wife at a time divorce is quite acceptable and legal in Australian culture.  The government dictates our laws, not religion it is against the law for adults (18years+) to have sex with children. Paedophilia is illegal and a very serious crime incest is culturally taboo and against the law rape against a female or male is absolutely unacceptable and against the law If you want to be sure you don’t disgust the person you fancy, you’d better have a look at this page too! And maybe here as well to find out about the hidden rules of personal space. Related articles As UK on verge of gay marriage, Australia falls behind (theage.com.au) Share this: Click to print (Opens in new window) Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window) Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window) Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window) Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window) Like this:Like Loading... 6 comments on “10 things about sex, love and relationships in Australia ” SoundEagle February 10, 2013 The link is broken. Reply Helene Markmann February 10, 2013 Thanks, I’ll sort it out. Reply Anonymous August 26, 2015 Is cheating on your spouse or bf/gf accepted as well? Reply Helene Markmann August 26, 2015 No. It happens, of course but secretly and, if discovered, will often lead to the end of the relationship. Reply Prakash Basnet November 8, 2017 it’s quite acceptable to live together as a couple in Australia without being married even if you have children … so what will be the status of the children . ..If the parents are not legally married …If they live out of the relationship what happens ? Reply Helene Markmann November 8, 2017 Generally the law for married people applies to de facto (unmarried) couples with children too. We don’t discriminate against children born out of wedlock. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyEnter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (Address never made public) Name Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out /  Change ) You are commenting using your Google account. ( Log Out /  Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out /  Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out /  Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Top Posts & Pages jobs - chippy, sparky, brickie, dunny diver - what are you talking about?! please, thank you, excuse me, sorry 10 things about sex, love and relationships in Australia Pages 10 Aussie phrases you should know 10 Australian customs when someone dies 10 customs around having a baby in Australia 10 famous films for insight into the Aussie psyche 10 things about sex, love and relationships in Australia 10 things that might surprise you about Australia About Home 10 Aussie books to read before you die search Search for: Home Australia Australian identity etiquette and customs holiday Home immigration identity international perspectives language and slang law leisure and tourism multiculturalism politics popular culture racism slang tourism work and business Blogroll 10 aussie iphone apps Australian Broadcasting Corporation – government owned independent media compare data on your country with Australia's Crikey. Independent media. Independent minds google Australia blog Hottest 10 Aussie online success stories SBS special broadcasting service The Conversation The Hoopla – stay in the loop the official government website for studying in Australia Translate this site Tropfest books 10 Ausse books to read before you die Non-Australian views of Australia Blog on Portuguese traveller's adventures exploring around Australia Less stress in Australia than China Life in Australia after living in Lebanon Blogs I FollowWordPress.comFremantle Herald InteractivemattwebberwritesGreek Wedding TraditionsmichaelboultonblogThe Daily PostThuppahi's Blog Copyright Helene Markmann 2018 meta Register Log in Entries feed Comments feed WordPress.com RSS linksRSS - PostsRSS - Comments pages 10 Aussie phrases you should know 10 Australian customs when someone dies 10 customs around having a baby in Australia 10 famous films for insight into the Aussie psyche 10 things about sex, love and relationships in Australia 10 things that might surprise you about Australia About Home 10 Aussie books to read before you die Blog at WordPress.com. WordPress.com WordPress.com is the best place for your personal blog or business site.Fremantle Herald Interactive Your free, online, independent newspapermattwebberwrites Writing'n'books'n'rants bout sport'n'life'n'that...Greek Wedding Traditions michaelboultonblog WARNING: this blog will not change your lifeThe Daily Post The Art and Craft of BloggingThuppahi's Blog This web site presents the interventions of MICHAEL ROBERTS in the public realm with reference to Sri Lankan political affairs. It will embrace the politics of cricket as well. ROBERTS was educated at St. Aloysius College in Galle and the universities of Peradeniya and Oxford. He taught History at Peradeniya University and Anthropology at Adelaide university. He is now retired and lives in Adelaide. Post to Cancel Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Email check failed, please try again Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. 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