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Forster also said easing the laws for a week would be an effective trial of an eventual permanent removal of the 1:30am lockout.
“Australians love Magda and Magda loves Australia, and despite last year being a tough year for her, Magda shared her strength in a way that inspired others to do the same.”
“Many of those disappointments were particularly poignant, because they were engineered by my brother Tony Abbott.”
“While the Yes campaign’s success was wonderful, necessary compromises in parliament left the law half fixed.”
Alex remembers getting a call from Bill Shorten saying, ‘This policy is bullshit, but if we can’t defeat it in the High Court, we will fight hard to win it’.
“It’s really great to do birthing classes with similar families and to acknowledge same-sex partners.”
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“With this freedom of choice, choice of name, freeness of gender, I want to have my own age,” Emile Ratelband said.
With same-sex couples able to legally marry in Austria as of 2019, and EuroPride heading to Vienna in the same year, there’s never been a better time for LGBT travellers to visit Vienna.
Human Rights Watch said that police in West Sumatra trawled Facebook and found images of two of the women hugging and kissing.
Massachusetts also voted to maintain anti-discrimination law protecting trans and gender diverse people in an election set to shift power marginally to the left in Washington.
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