Reginald dons a rainbow tie at Sydney’s marriage equality rally on Sept. 10, 2017.

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Love is love, even doggos know it.

A casual 30,000 people (and a handful of progressive dogs) marched for marriage equality in Sydney on Sunday, to show their support for same-sex marriage in Australia, ahead of a national postal vote on the matter. 

Rally organisers have said the Sept. 10 event now sits as the largest LGBTQ demonstration in Australian history, a declaration reported by ABC

And nothing sells a positive social message like a dog in rainbow, a strong truism not overlooked by rally attendees. Many a doggo donned the spectrum on Sunday, sparking just as many Instagram posts:

The rainbow pooch-flanked rallies came after Australia’s High Court to allow the federal government implement a postal plebiscite on the matter of same-sex marriage. 

The non-binding, no-compulsory survey will ask the question: “Should the law be changed to allow same-sex couples to marry?” The survey results will be announced on Nov. 15.

Expect more rainbow doggos in the weeks to come.

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