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The Tasmanian Gay and Lesbian Rights Group, which was formed in early 1988, announced at the event that the organisation was changing its name to the more inclusive Equality Tasmania.
After six years and a failed overseas surrogacy attempt, Mike Collins and Glenn Trainor were amazed to find out that domestic surrogacy was possible.
“While we don’t think what you do is normal… we can’t really put into words what normal actually is anymore, so celebrate who you are every day and don’t be ashamed of it.”
“It was said if we won the seat of Wentworth, it would make history, and, my friends, we have made history.”
Pride in Protest’s platform, which involves banning New South Wales and Federal Police and the Liberal Party from the parade, has been a source of controversy since the announcement of their candidacy.
“Because the federal government has changed its definition of marriage, the policy makes clear the church’s doctrine of marriage has not changed and that property use scenarios relate only to man and woman marriage.”
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The definition the administration is seeking would state that gender is defined solely by one’s genitals at birth, and that any dispute over someone’s gender would require clarification through genetic testing.
“Two men not being able to love each other without fear of being victimised or ostracised is a global problem.”
72 per cent of LGBTI participants said they experienced mental health issues as a result of work.
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