It's been a long three months. (Needless to say, this is a non-exhaustive list.)
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Tim Minchin called "no" voters "bigoted cunts" in a song that went viral.
Fred Nile said same-sex relationships were an "abomination" and something that "God hates".
Someone posted white powder to the Australian Christian Lobby.
GP Pansy Lai received threats of physical violence after she appeared in a "no" campaign ad, and was subject to a petition calling for her deregistration.
Former Q&A controversialist Zaky Mallah tried to sell his form online for $600. Mallah said the sale was "out of respect for both sides".
Police intervened after hundreds of "yes" supporting students at Sydney University protested a booth set up to promote the "no" side. Some scuffles broke out.
Protesters unfurled a banner that said "Burn Churches Not Queers" at a "no" campaign launch in Melbourne.
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The AFL was evacuated after a hoax threat call, the day after it put up a "yes" sign outside its headquarters. (The AFL boss said he doesn't know if it was related to the sign.)
A children's birthday party entertainment company cut ties with an 18-year-old contractor after she said on social media she would be voting "no".
Astro "DJ Funknukl" Labe allegedly headbutted Tony Abbott, who immediately used the incident to warn against voting "yes". (Labe later said it had nothing to do with marriage, and he simply wanted to "headbutt that cunt".)
A straight couple in Ballarat had their wedding cancelled by their local Presbyterian church after the bride-to-be posted on Facebook supporting same-sex marriage.
On the same weekend, swastikas were painted on rainbow flags displayed at three Brisbane houses, sparking a Queensland police investigation.
Tony Abbott and the Coalition for Marriage supported calls to ban Macklemore from performing at the National Rugby League Grand Final.
Catholic archbishop Mark Coleridge argued against same-sex marriage by saying, “I mean, parents can’t marry their children. Children can’t marry their parents. Sibling marrying sibling has always been ruled out."
A transgender 16-year-old was allegedly assaulted in Hobart. She says the survey has made her feel less safe.
Queensland deputy premier Jackie Trad revealed she has been targeted with anti-gay emails and Nazi stickers.
Two churches in Melbourne's southeast were graffitied with the slogans "crucify Christians" and "bash bigots", as well as a swastika being equated to a cross.
Two protesters interrupted a church service to campaign against same-sex marriage. They were drowned out by a gay-friendly hymn.
Yet more anti-gay and anti-trans posters (censored by BuzzFeed News) from neo-Nazi groups popped up in Tasmania.
A Greek priest allegedly said gays should be shot.
John "Wacka" Williams told that he doesn't get to marry everyone he loves either.
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Leading "No" campaigner Lyle Shelton told BuzzFeed News that parents should be allowed to send their children to gay conversion therapy.
A woman was punched in the face over her pro-gay t-shirt.
A Canadian sexual health organisation received threats of violence and hate mail after safe sex ads it put up in June were targeted by the Coalition for Marriage on Facebook.
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After his Nationals party insisted on the postal survey, now-booted deputy PM Barnaby Joyce told marriage equality campaigners to get out of his face.
Prominent "no" spokesperson David van Gend said homosexuality is "a disordered form of behaviour".
A cafe in Tasmania received arson threats for supporting same-sex marriage.