The latest in LGBTI National News
As schools and workplaces celebrate Wear It Purple day, actor Brenna Harding tells Star Observer how rainbow families will be the ones who suffer in the wake of criticism over acclaimed documentary Gayby Baby.
LGBTI people are urged to take part in an online survey that will provide a snapshot of community views on a marriage equality plebiscite, should one happen.
Coogee MP adds voice to growing chorus of politicians seeking an official admission that policing at the 1978 march was heavy-handed and arrests unnecessary.
THE Queensland Premier has joined her Labor counterparts in Victoria and NSW in declaring her support for the upcoming documentary about the lives of children with same-sex parents, Gayby …
THE Victorian AIDS Council (VAC) has launched a new exhibition in Melbourne that looks back at Australia’s longest-running sexual health campaign. The Drama Downunder campaign has …
The latest in LGBTI International News
The UN Security Council’s historic meeting on LGBT issues heard stories directly from gay men from ISIS-controlled areas of Iraq and Syria.
WHEN British rugby league player Keegan Hirst publicly came out as gay last week, he made history by becoming the first openly-gay player in the sport for …
Gangsta Gudiya has released a song on YouTube titled Out and Proud in response to LGBT issues in India.
As the Star Observer’s September edition went to press late last week, the Coalition had just rejected a free vote on marriage equality and debate of either a plebiscite or referendum instead was beginning to intensify. In light of this, Elias Jahshan penned his thoughts on the situation in his latest editor’s column.
Just as Australia thought there was no turning back on the path to marriage equality, the Coalition blocked a free vote until the 2016 election. In this month’s Hotseat, Whitney Fitzsimmons explains why Prime Minister Tony Abbott and his supporters need to act like proper leaders.
The latest in LGBTI Entertainment
Brendan Maclean says it’s the LGBTI community, and being gloriously gay, that have delivered him the breaks. Now he’s turning away from his indie back catalogue and partnering with Marcia Hines to delve into a world of disco, dance and cabaret. Benedict Brook reports.
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The latest in LGBTI Sport
ONE of the NRL’s most popular players, Greg Inglis, recently revealed a new tattoo on social media that affirmed his support for marriage equality. The South Sydney Rabbitohs …
The results of the survey will aim to inform the Anti-Homophobia and Inclusion Framework in ensuring it protects people on the basis of gender identity or intersex status.