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’78ers threaten political blockade
A senior gay couple who lost $420 in fortnightly Centrelink payments have called on others affected by the changes to take direct action against prominent Labor MPs. -˜78ers, James Hunter, 56, and Mark Hewitt, 61, (not their...
- Posted 1429 days ago
Pride Week to liberate and celebrate
Less than a year after the closure of Sydney’s Pride Centre, Pride Week has made an astounding comeback with a new festival packed with over 50 events planned to liberate, celebrate and educate the local community. Born...
- Posted 1464 days ago
Later this year, the GLRL will launch a campaign for formal relationship recognition. Since 2006, when the GLRL conducted community consultations around NSW, the community told us two things. Firstly, that gays and lesbians need practical equality...
- Posted 1471 days ago
Census to count gay marriages
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) plans to release data on same-sex couples who tick the -˜married’ box on the 2011 national census. Previously same-sex couples who tried to declare a legal marriage conducted overseas in countries...
- Posted 1499 days ago
Stop stalling on adoption
Earlier this year, the GLRL made a submission to, and gave oral evidence at, the NSW Adoption Inquiry. The GLRL has been lobbying for many years for adoption laws to recognise same-sex couples. Leading up to the...
- Posted 1499 days ago
Community defender appointed judge
Former ACON vice-president and Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby volunteer Rachel Pepper sits relaxed and easy in her Phillip St barristers chambers. Wearing jeans and a broad smile, nothing about her demeanour betrays the fact she is...
- Posted 1506 days ago
We live in a land that you can choose same-sex marriage or opposite marriage, and you know what, in my country and in my family, I think that I believe that a marriage should be between a...
- Posted 1513 days ago
Super with your sponge cake this Mother’s Day
Mother’s Day this year may come imbued with a new sense of optimism for lesbian mums as they celebrate the suite of new rights granted at the end of last year. For many, however, there is still...
- Posted 1520 days ago
Many of you wouldÂ have heard by now that Iowa, yes Iowa, has become the third state in America, after Connecticut and Massachusetts, to legalise gay marriage. Last week, the Iowa Supreme Court struck down as unconstitutional...
- Posted 1533 days ago
Forums to explain new rights
The Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby has received funding to hold seminars for professionals and parents on the recent law changes that affect gay and lesbian families. Lobby convenor Emily Gray said the City of Sydney had...
- Posted 1555 days ago