Time to question with Michael Burge’s ‘Questionable Deeds’

I’ve finished reading Michael Burge’s memoir about his struggle with marriage equality and came out of it wiser. ‘Questionable Deeds’ is deeply personal and is a fascinating read. If you’re looking for a prime reading example of the struggle of Australians towards marriage equality, ‘Questionable Deeds’ should be on top of your list. Here’s my Amazon and Goodreads review …

‘A thoughtful read, with plenty of valuable points to take when advocating for something deep and true. Michael Burge writes provocatively while providing clear insights into the machinations of politics and the dire consequences of prejudice and discrimination, making the reading of his plight more harrowing and poignant than the usual dealings we make about marriage, death, grief, happiness and personal battles against injustice. In sharing his and Jono’s story in ways that are at once accessible and deeply personal, Burge provides us with the ammunition and takes us on a ride in his quest for the all-encompasing clarity and justice of marriage equality. An extremely worthwhile memoir and an illuminating tool for making a stand.’

QD by Michael Burge

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