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Organisation invites tributes to “amazing life partner” Tori Johnson at Mardi Gras Parade
New legislation could put LGBTI refugees in danger, say experts.
A MELBOURNE gay couple became the first Australians to be recognised under Scotland’s new marriage equality laws last week. Australian Peter Gloster and husband Douglas Pretsell, who …
City of Sydney plan to bring Darlinghurst dunny back into use while Woolworths eyes up Oxford St supermarket
The nail-biting state election race for Prahran has left Greens MP Sam Hibbins with the seat, and he’s promised to be a voice for LGBTI people in Victorian Parliament.
Older lesbians facing discrimination and social isolation are connecting with their community through a new program.
The latest in LGBTI international news
LAST week, news of the “not born gay” billboard erected on the side of a highway in the US state of Virginia sparked huge controversy …
A LESBIAN asylum seeker in the UK was temporarily reprieved from deportation to Uganda last week. Judith Twiith Twikireze, 23, did not board the flight …
Today the National Museum of Australia opens its exhibition of items that represent the work of state and territory nominees for Australian of the Year 2015. Tasmanian Australian of the Year, Rodney Croome, explains the badge he chose to represent his work as a gay rights advocate.
Deep within the social media universe, a well-known drag identity from the 90s has made a comeback — and she’s more political than ever. Here, Pauline Pantsdown writes exclusively about her viral 2014 campaigns and how to make “clicktivism” work for our community.
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Being gay, lesbian or bisexual is now formally protected under the Olympic Charter, but gender identity missed out — for now.
PFLAG spokesperson Shelley Argent has welcomed discussions with three major sporting codes in Queensland and Suncorp Stadium on tackling anti-gay crowd behaviour, but has expressed disappointment in the Brisbane Roar’s “inaction” on addressing homophobia in their Code of Conduct.