• Signs from Sydney's Marriage Equality rally on September 10th, 2017. (Chloe Sargeant / SBS.)
Yesterday's marriage equality rally in Sydney saw tens of thousands of people march in support of legalising same-sex marriage - with some rather creative signs.
By
Chloe Sargeant

11 Sep 2017 - 11:57 AM  UPDATED 11 Sep 2017 - 11:57 AM

Yesterday, tens of thousands of Sydneysiders marched to show their support for the Australian LGBTQIA community, and the legalisation of same-sex marriage in response to the upcoming postal survey.

After rousing words were delivered by a range of speakers, including Opposition leader Bill Shorten and deputy Tanya Plibersek, the march began. Thousands of chanting supporters of the 'Yes' campaign marched from Town Hall, down Park Street and Elizabeth Street, finally making their way to the front of Customs House in Circular Quay. 

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It was a yes from Malcolm Turnbull, a yes from Bill Shorten and a great big yes from the thousands who rallied around in Brisbane and Sydney to support the Yes vote for the same-sex marriage postal survey.

Obviously, the rally saw an enormous amount of signs and placards. Here's 27 of the best:

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