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The LGBTIQ Legal Service’s survey will form the basis of their submission to the Australian Human Rights Commission’s National Inquiry into Sexual Harrassment in the Workplace.
Organisers are seeking community support for the proposed memorial in the Sydney park located near St Vincent’s Hospital, where more than half of Australian cases were treated during the AIDS crisis.
“This is a breakfast for all LGBTIQ people to come together and feel connected and loved”
“If gay kids exist (they do), then this seriously challenges the notion that sexuality is a choice. And if it’s not a choice (it isn’t), then maybe discrimination against LGBTI people is a bad thing too?”
Trans advocates called for Assistant Treasurer Stuart Robert to resign over his comments, saying they showed “an alarming level of incompetence in his misinformed attacks on the state’s proposed birth certificate reform.”
“We didn’t find a lot of evidence of actual material discrimination that would be of concern”
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“Everyone living in a country where LGBT rights are off the public agenda is a hero to me.”
New guidance says the Church “welcomes and encourages the unconditional affirmation of trans people, equally with all people, within the body of Christ, and rejoices in the diversity of that body”
Hart initially refused to apologise for his tweets, many of which included the slur “fag”, while in another Hart suggested he would break a doll house over his son’s head if he ever played with one.
The officers, who joined in kicking the 33-year-old while he was on the ground, are currently facing charges of inflicting harm resulting in death.
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