SITTING by the beach with her first girlfriend, Sophie Ismail can recall people kicking sand in her face for appearing intimate with a same-sex partner.
PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull has revealed a plebiscite on same-sex marriage will be held before the end of the year if his government wins the …
The gay and lesbian rights lobbies in Victoria and New South Wales are coming together to campaign for key issues affecting LGBTI Australians ahead of the Federal election.
We kick off our coverage of the March elections for City of Brisbane, Australia’s largest local government, with a wrap up of all the LGBTI-specific commitments already made by the major parties and players.
The four candidates for the state electorate of Brisbane Central faced a wide range of questions on during a LGBTI community election forum last night.
LGBTI rights have always been part of the Australian Greens’ political platform, and it’s no different for its Victorian branch. Sue Pennicuik, the current LGBTI affairs spokesperson for the Victorian Greens, explains why and how her party will continue to advocate for LGBTI equality after Saturday’s election day.
Neil Pharaoh is one of the only openly-gay candidates running for a seat in Victorian Parliament’s lower house, contesting in the electorate of LGBTI-centric Prahran as a member of Labor. Here, he explains why the state-wide LGBTI community would benefit from having an MP such as him, and a Labor government that consists of a dedicated Equality Minister.
Joël Murray is the only candidate in the Victorian state election who has publicly confirmed his HIV-positive status. Here, he pens his thoughts on why the LGBTI community should vote for him and the Australian Sex Party on Saturday’s election day.