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Tasmanian trans advocates said the motion to subject the bill to further inquiry being voted down was a sign that the “urgency” of the reforms was being recognised.
“To alleviate the concerns of PrEP users, there have only been several recorded cases of seroconversions while on PrEP out of the approximately 450,000 people using this preventative strategy, globally.”
“I caught up with the perpetrator and promptly started laying into him, with bracelets flying and people prising me off saying, ‘That’s enough Maude!'”
“I don’t want to see intersex people in Victoria, in this country, and around the world not respected as individuals.”
Other international LGBTI guests on the line-up include Alexander Chee, Bryan Washington, and Niviaq Korneliussen alongside local literary stars like Benjamin Law, Omar Sakr and Nayuka Gorrie.
“Introducing you all to my beautiful, extraordinary, courageous, inspiring life-partner, Nell!”
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The UN Human Rights Council resolution expressed concern that regulations forcing athletes to take hormone therapy in order to compete “may contravene international human rights norms and standards”.
“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.”
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