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On the eve of the NSW state election, Premier Mike Baird talks to the Star Observer about why LGBTI voters should trust the Liberals but reasserts his opposition to marriage equality.
The underdogs in the LGBTI-centric seat of Sydney aren’t throwing in the towel, talking up plans to take Mardi Gras to the outer suburbs and end anti-discrimination exemptions.
Australia’s first ever lesbian, bisexual and queer (LBQ) women’s health conference was on in Melbourne today, looking at some surprising health differences between men and women in our community.
THE annual Same Sex and Gender Diverse Formal has grown significantly since its humble beginnings five years ago, and organisers hope this year’s event would be the best …
Sydney electorate candidates for Saturday’s NSW State Election clash over controversial legislation following scores of business closures.
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A CARDIGAN knit from the donated hair of more than 100 LGBT people has taken social media by storm, with the aim of raising awareness on …
CALIFORNIAN lawyer Matt McLaughlin’s proposal of the Sodomite Suppression Act to legalise the killing of gay and lesbian residents must now be circulated after he paid the …
The most senior representative of the US in Canberra says Australia was once the “north star” on LGBTI rights but has now been overtaken.
Rainbow families advocate, along with an openly-gay NSW MP and mother, join chorus against Italian designer duo’s “non-traditional” families tirade.
In his latest column for the April monthly edition of the Star Observer, editor Elias Jahshan wrote about what was on his mind during this year’s Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
With the NSW State Election happening tomorrow, ACON chief executive Nicolas Parkhill writes about what the political parties are doing to end HIV and improve LGBTI health.
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NSW Waratah’s Jacques Potgieter has personally apologised and expressed remorse over his homophobic slurs during last Sunday’s match against the ACT Brumbies by attending a training session …
THE president of the Sydney Convicts gay rugby union team has invited NSW Waratahs’ Jacques Potgieter to a training session with the team following the hefty fine the …