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Sex from the ’70s too hot for modern TV
Critics may regard it as an example of ‘Ozploitation’ at its trashiest, but Network Ten’s long-running ’70s soapie Number 96 – focused as it was on the bed-hopping inhabitants of a cosmopolitan Sydney apartment block – was...
- Posted 28 days ago
Back to black: rainbow crossing removed
Sydney’s popular rainbow crossing at Taylor Square has been removed, with the state government following through on its decision to tear up the colourful display over safety concerns. Independent Sydney MP Alex Greenwich (pictured left) let fly...
- Posted 69 days ago
Queer seniors connect online
A new initiative to connect elderly LGBTI people across the state has been launched. Developed by ACON in conjunction with the Aurora Foundation and the Department of Health and Ageing, the LOVE (Living Older Visibly and Engaged)...
- Posted 76 days ago
Gaynor resigns from KAP
Controversial former Katter’s Australian Party (KAP) candidate Bernard Gaynor has resigned his party membership. Just a week ago, Gaynor managed to retain his membership following a KAP national executive meeting which discussed his suspension for making anti-gay...
- Posted 119 days ago
Greenwich attacks Christian group
Sydney state MP Alex Greenwich has condemned the Australian Christian Lobby (ACL) in a speech to state Parliament today. The independent MP and former national convenor of Australian Marriage Equality moved a motion stating that Parliament should...
- Posted 120 days ago
Anger at ‘heterosexuals only’ deal
A Subway franchise in Angers, France has caused outrage by advertising a Valentine’s Day deal that purposefully excluded gay people. The owner of the franchise posted the sign which advertised a “feast of love for couples (M/F)”...
- Posted 121 days ago
Illinois passes marriage bill
The US state of Illinois has passed a Senate measure to legalise same-sex marriage in a vote of 34-21 on Valentine’s Day. The bill would make Illinois the 10th US state, plus the District of Columbia, to allow gay...
- Posted 125 days ago
Star Observer Digital pops up
Sydney’s newest radio station, Star Observer Digital, has officially launched. Star Observer Digital is a collaboration between not-for-profit Sydney radio station 2SER 107.3, Melbourneʼs gay and lesbian community radio station JOY 94.9 and the Star Observer. Youʼll...
- Posted 126 days ago
Gay men “bashed for sport”
NSW Police have offered a $100,000 reward for information about the death of Sydney gay man Scott Johnson more than 24 years ago. Homicide Squad Acting Commander Detective Superintendent Chris Olen made the announcement at a press...
- Posted 127 days ago
British gay marriage bill passes first vote
Britain’s House of Commons has voted overwhelmingly in favour of a gay marriage bill after more than six hours of debate. The vote of 400 to 175 saw more than half of Conservative Party MPs choose to...
- Posted 132 days ago