The third annual Pride Cup is set to take place this month as a way to highlight homophobia in sport and push for LGBTI inclusion and diversity in Aussie rules football.
Major sporting codes are being asked to show their support to end LGBTI discrimination in a colourful way.
South Australian Greens Senator Robert Simms pens his thoughts on what needs to be done to ensure programs like Safe Schools are not met with unnecessary opposition in parliament in the future.
Homophobic acts, including verbal abuse, failed to dampen the spirits of participants at Saturday’s Rainbow Run.
A petition supporting the Safe Schools program garnered twice as many signatures as one that opposed it in just two days.
Homophobia-fuelled attacks in Sydney over the weekend concern police in the lead-up to the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade.
The Safe Schools Coalition release a statement showing they won’t be intimidated by a conservative campaign to withdraw its funding.
With the establishment of a new support network today, the need for respectful and inclusive treatment of LGBTI police officers has been highlighted by a Gold Coast case where an apology was issued for homophobic vilification of a constable by a Senior Sergeant.
Victoria Police have released details of the four teenagers suspected to have been involved homophobic attack on a man in St Kilda, Melbourne, a few weeks ago.