Sat July 21, 2012 7:03pm
"Almost equal is not good enough," he said.
Ms Gillard said heterosexual relationships were not valued more than same-sex relationships.
"My relationship should be valued and I'm not married," she said, adding that her opposition to gay marriage stemmed from her personal view of the cultural status of marriage.
On a lighter note, Ms Gillard mused on what made her happy.
"I'm happy when I feel like I am achieving things," she said.
"We can point to achievements in schools and health and jobs and many areas."
Ms Gillard said in her personal life it was about family and friends.
"Getting to spend some time with Tim, with mates and just doing all the things people usually do when they are trying to wind down a bit," she said.
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