Online dating after divorce
So - with polls predicting a commanding victory for the 'Yes' campaign on Wednesday - what's next for the Jensens?Contacted this week, Mr Jensen said the couple will wait to see what any change to the marriage law is before publicly announcing their future plans.'We just need to see the legislation and if it all goes that way,' he said. Then we know what situation we're in and what we're going to do.'He was coy about specifics and laughed when asked if he was feeling nervous about the vote.'The truth is, "marriage" is simply too important...'It has always been understood to be that exclusive relationship where one man and one woman become "one flesh".'Any attempt to change the definition of marriage by law is not something in which we are able to partake''.But he wrote they would 'refuse to recognise' the government's marriage regulations 'if its definition includes the solemnisation of same sex couples'.Mr Jensen's column sparked such a reaction that more than 100,000 people signed up to attend a Facebook event, 'Celebrating Nick and Sarah Jensen's divorce'.
The 51-year-old, who works at Leeds University, joined a series of disastrous dates using other online sites.But finding love over the internet is a good way of meeting a marriage partner, research has showed.It found that one in five of those who have used dating sites to find their perfect partner have gone on to marry someone they met over the web. , also revealed that more than half of the 1,504 people questioned had been on a date with someone they met in cyberspace.A Christian couple will likely face awkward questions after the postal survey results are announced tomorrow - given they once pledged to divorce if gay marriage is legalised.Husband and wife Nick and Sarah Jensen sparked controversy in 2015 when Mr Jensen announced they would end their decade-long legal union if gay marriage becomes law.'This has been a big decision for my wife and I,' Mr Jensen wrote for Canberra's City News.