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Recipients of the grants received up to $10,000 with the aim of supporting the work of not-for-profit community organisations, charities, and individuals.
Political parties heading into the election will be given 59 recommendations on how they can make Victoria a more equal place for LGBTI people.
“But in the how to vote card, I am going to announce today that I intend to preference Liberal instead of Labor.”
“History has been written and constructed in ways that hide, erase, silence, obscure, and bury evidence of transgender lives.”
“Often the discussion [around asylum seekers] is gender blind, or, when queer people are mentioned, the focus is on gay men.”
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As part of new community guidelines, Grindr will no longer allow exclusionary language like “no fats, no fems, no Asians” on user profiles.
Poking fun at criticism of her acclaimed special ‘Nanette’ from largely men, Gadsby joked, “Hashtag-not-all-men… but a lot of ’em.”
“I don’t think [I knew] how else to write them, but as a loving couple.”
The study was released ahead of the November 6 election, at which a Massachusetts anti-discrimination law will face the first ever public referendum on trans rights in the US.
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