The latest in LGBTI National News
Members of the Defence Force’s LGBTI information service will march in this year’s Mardi Gras to celebrate queer inclusion in the Australian military.
The campaign is about hot, fun, and informed sex between trans guys and cis guys and provides accurate, inclusive, and sex-positive sexual health information.
The Victorian AIDS Council has launched a new online resource encouraging gay, bisexual, and queer men to talk about ‘ice’ use, sex, and intimacy.
Labor’s Walt Secord cut off openly gay Don Harwin in parliament with a remark some have perceived as being homophobic.
During a recent football game a group of Western Sydney fans held up a sexually explicit and homophobic banner.
Up to 30 Tiwi Islands sistergirls will travel down from the Top End to march in the Mardi Gras parade.
The latest in LGBTI International News
The legalisation of same-sex marriage in the United States has been linked to a seven per cent reduced suicide rate among young LGBTI people.
The survey was conducted by an anti-bullying charity and aims to increase visibility around sexuality for young people.
“Human rights aren’t going in a good direction – this cover is about the importance of those rights”
As gay men, no matter how far we come or how good we look, we never seem to be satisfied.
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The footballer was the only openly gay athlete to represent Australia at the Rio Olympics.
Some Rainbow Swans members do not agree with their team taking money from a country where homosexuality is illegal