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“The advertisement from the Tasmanian Coalition for Kids is factually inaccurate and has caused harm to our families, so we want to set that group straight.”
“Hopefully [in the future], with more acceptance, transgender people will go on to have happy and fulfilling lives, and less will fall to the life-shortening events that we used to suffer in the bad old days.”
The Tasmanian government is going to court to prevent Ben Jago’s discrimination case from being heard, four years after the Tasmanian Coroner refused to recognise Jago as next-of-kin to his partner of five years Nathan Lunson.
Latham claimed that trans people self-identifying, and not transphobia, was the cause of high rates of mental health issues and suicide among trans people.
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“There’s been undeniable progress made since the ‘80s, but I feel like we’re going through a different kind of darkness now, which seems to be evident in politics all over the world.”
MP Charles Santiago Santiago tweeted that the “government has a duty to protect and promote the interest of women from the LGBT community” in the face of a media campaign “demonising” LGBT people.
“This novel approach may help alleviate the burden often associated with daily, oral treatment regimens and contribute to making HIV a smaller part of peoples’ lives.”
The man, dubbed ‘the London patient’, has been off antiretroviral treatment for 18 months with HIV remaining undetectable in his blood. But his doctor says it’s too early to call it a cure.
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