Carlton president Mark LoGiudice has strongly defended his club's refusal to take a position on same-sex marriage, saying "it's not for organisations to tell people how to vote".
Greater Western Sydney four years ago became the first AFL team to take a stand in support of marriage equality. The AFL and a number of other clubs including Geelong, Sydney, the Western Bulldogs and Essendon have backed the "yes" vote, but LoGiudice said of his club: "We don't like telling people what to do. People don't like being told what to do.
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