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As temperatures climbed past 95 degrees in much of the state last weekend, thousands of homes in Melbourne were left without power. Folau tweeted: I love and respect all people for who they are and their opinions. But personally, I will not support gay marriage. Some fans respected his right to his opinion while others voiced their frustration on social media. I love and respect all people for who they are and their opinions. The ARU took a stance on Tuesday to support the yes campaign, joining Cricket Australia, the Football Federation Australia and the NRL. Several professional athletes liked or reacted to Folau's tweet and Pocock, who has been a passionate campaigner for marriage equality, chimed in from Japan. Pocock has taken the year off rugby but will be back in the Test ranks alongside Folau next year and tweeted a view in stark contrast to that of the Wallabies flyer. A passionate campaigner for a variety of social issues including homophobia and marriage equality, Pocock said: When my survey arrives I'll #VoteYes for justice and love. Pocock famously declared four years ago that he would not tie the knot with his partner Emma Palandri until gay people were legally permitted to do the same. As recently as last month, Pocock was using his Twitter account to encourage people to check their enrolment to ensure they are able to vote. It's understood ARU officials have spoken to Folau about his stance after the board voted to support marriage equality. Wallabies captain Michael Hooper told Fairfax Media on Tuesday: For a lot of guys, they're about footy and our job is rugby, but sport has the ability to cross boundaries. We're all very supportive of the 'yes' campaign and this is the approach we've taken. I know guys at the Waratahs have done work with the Sydney Convicts [Australia's first gay rugby club]. If that helps influence people, then fantastic. We're fully supportive of that and anything we can do. Folau is one of Australia's most popular athletes, having played at the highest level in rugby union, rugby league and Australian football. The 78-year-old was raised as a Mormon but is now a devout Christian after his family converted in 7566. He is one of the Wallabies' most influential players and is engaged to New Zealand netball player Maria Tutaia. Folau's tweet didn't only draw criticism, however, with many in support of his right to state his opinion among the 687 replies, 95 retweets and 677 likes within the first hour of it being posted on Twitter. It s been 65 years since last released music under their eponymous name but they re ready for a major comeback!
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