The new video, titled “Mum’s speak out against radical gay sex education”, was posted to the group’s Facebook page today.
Shared in a post beginning with the caption “our kids are not your social experiment”, the clip shows the women who claim they were bullied over their first anti same-sex marriage ad being treated like rockstars.
It features Cella White and Heidi McIvor on stage with mummy blogger Marijke Rancie stating their case against marriage equality. Not that there’s much talking.
The Coalition for Marriage mums are back in new video … but they’re not saying much. From left: Heidi McIvor, Marijke Rancie and Cella White. Picture: FacebookSource:Facebook
The 90-second clip opens with the women walking on stage to almost rapturous applause, which extends for about 30 seconds before a word is spoken as the women appear to soak up the rock star welcome.
“We hear love is love, let me tell you what I know about love. There is no greater love than the love a mother has for her child,” says Ms Rancie from the podium, to more applause.
Ms McIvor then states: “Our kids are not your social experiment. They are not sexual beings,” to more raucous response from the crowd.
As far as dialogue and debate goes, that’s it.
Nothing is said past the 55-second mark, with another 35 seconds of shots of the mums taking selfies, crying and hugging supporters.
The women, who have come to be known as the No mums, first rose to recognition in a television advertisement that hit the airwaves during prime time broadcasting last month.
Selfie-fest: Coalition for Marriage ad mum Heidi McIvor poses for a selfie at the end of the video. Picture: FacebookSource:Facebook