During the 1982 games held in San Francisco, Bob Goldsmith emerged as the hero of the Australian team when he won 17 medals in swimming — four of which were gold.
Hilarious video tells ACL it does not speak on behalf of all Christians, especially when it comes to marriage equality.
After being part of Australia’s beloved Matildas squad in two World Cups and appearing in more than 60 international matches, it’s no doubt that Sally Shipard has had a stellar soccer career. But in her private life, her coming out journey has had its ups and downs. Shannon Power caught up with her to get the latest.
Each month, with the help of Kaleidoscope Australia Human Rights Foundation, the Star Observer’s “Snapshot” segment shines a light on the current state of LGBTI rights and law reform in one of our regional neighbours. This month, we take a look at Myanmar (formerly Burma).
While the rest of Australia excelled during the early response to the HIV and AIDS epidemic in the 1980s, one state government dragged its LGBTI citizens down during their greatest hour of need. David Alexander speaks to three key figures involved in the fight against homophobia and discrimination during the time of the Joh Bjelke-Petersen government.
When a person is neither straight nor with Anglo/Irish heritage, the intersectional discrimination they face from society can be oppressive and isolating — and it can even manifest within the LGBTI community. Matthew Wade spoke to a handful of gay men from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds about their experiences.