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“Most men continued to have negative perceptions toward drug use within the gay community, although they held less negative views about their own drug use.”
The flyer insists that “it is not anti-LGBTQI propaganda but simply the facts about ‘Safe Schools’ and similar programs”.
The Labor Party has since committed to reforming laws which allow religious schools to discriminate against staff and students on the basis of their sexuality or gender identity.
The report states that there are currently at least ten organisations currently promoting ex-gay and ex-trans therapies in Australia and New Zealand.
This year’s guests have yet to be announced but Mardi Gras promises that they have plenty of surprises up their sleeves.
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72 per cent of LGBTI participants said they experienced mental health issues as a result of work.
Belfast Pride brought people of all sides together and presented a conflict free zone, offering the hope of how a normalised society could look and feel.
Anthony Avalos had said that he “liked girls and boys” prior to his death on June 21 this year, according to a child protection official.
Anti-LGBTI campaigners had called for the referendum “to protect, at a constitutional level, the definition of marriage – between one woman and one man”.
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