Recognising the invaluable contribution that the organisers and participants of Wear it Purple Day, the Safe Schools Coalition and the makers of the Gayby Baby documentary.
Ms JENNY LEONG (Newtown) [1.35 p.m.]: I recognise the invaluable contribution that the organisers and participants of Wear it Purple Day, the Safe Schools Coalition and the makers of the Gayby Baby documentary make to ensure that inclusiveness, diversity and acceptance are a part of our schools and education system and therefore part of our community. I also recognise all the young and not so young people who live with same-sex parents or in same-sex families, and I recognise that their families, just like all of our families, are special provided they are loving and supportive. I send a special shout-out to all the schools holding Wear It Purple Day events this Friday, including Burwood Girls High School. I thank them all for their contribution to our community and for ensuring that our schools and our society are safe and inclusive and celebrate diversity for us all. I also send a special shout-out to Oli and thank him for joining us last night at New South Wales Parliament House to watch a screening of Gayby Baby.