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you're probably more likely to see your cousin on Tinder than not," she told Tahlea Aualiitia on 936 ABC Hobart."In Tasmania it was common to come across people who you knew off Tinder." Promoted as a dating and social connection service, for many people the perception is Tinder is all about casual sex.
The advertisements carry the message: 'It's OK to say no', in support of a No vote in the Federal Government's same-sex marriage postal survey.While the men in Ms Newett's study were not totally satisfied, the women she spoke to were having a better time."One of [the women] who was 30, she said that Tinder was so good because it actually allowed her to go out and get laid," Ms Newett said."[Another woman] thought it was a lot more classy than going to a bar and getting drunk and hooking up because ...she felt like she knew the person she was sleeping with." Ms Newett said her research found women felt more in control of interactions through Tinder than if they met someone by chance."I think in a way it is levelling the playing field," she said."One of my interviewees said maybe the objectification that women are really used to experiencing in face-to-face settings, maybe it's giving men a little dose of that."While some users are using Tinder to find casual sex, Ms Newett said there was less hooking up in Hobart than in larger cities like Sydney."[Surveyed users] did find a difference; they felt like in Melbourne and Sydney it was a lot more about sex than in Tassie," she said.Ms Delaney said she wanted the Catholic Archbishop of Hobart and the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference to publicly apologise for distributing the booklet.She also wanted the Catholic Church in Tasmania to implement a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex awareness program for all staff and students within the Catholic education system.It’s a beaut little spot full of things to see and do and somewhere you really can just take it easy for a few hours, or a few days.
We recently visited, and here’s our four reasons to linger in Hamilton: Stop for lunch. While we were there I spotted a few motorcyclists who looked like they’d just driven out to Hamilton for the outing – the road out there is luxuriously twisty and smooth for the last 15km or so, so I can see why they would like it. Platypus walk is a short stroll along the banks of the River Clyde, with a little gate accessible off the bottom of Grace St. but obviously we weren’t quiet enough as we saw nothing.Lots of dark timber, interesting curios and a great outdoor spot to while away the afternoon.I opted for a gluten free lamington, and it was goooood! Not a streetwalker of Babylon, but go for a wander through the streets and just take some time to check out the architecture.Transgender activist and Federal Greens candidate Martine Delaney has lodged a complaint about the Church's booklet bearing the slogan "don't mess with marriage", which was handed out at all Catholic schools in Australia.The booklet stated marriage should be a "heterosexual union between a man and a woman" and changing the law would endanger a child's upbringing.The booklet also cautioned that if marriage was redefined, supporters of traditional marriage would be characterised as bigots and could run foul of the law.