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Katter’s Australian Party shows true colours
Two candidates for Bob Katter’s Australian Party (KAP) have likened gay and lesbian people to paedophiles, with one saying he’d go as far as refusing to let a gay person teach his children. Tess Corbett from Lake...
- Posted 122 days ago
WA teachers back gay students
Perth teachers, students and parents learnt new ways to challenge sexuality and gender-based bullying last month. Western Australia’s Equal Opportunity Commission held its second forum on the issue at Balga State High School, drawing a crowd of about...
- Posted 136 days ago
I’m not homophobic, I just hate gays
Late last month, American news agency the Associated Press (AP) included an entry in its style guide banning use of the word “homophobia”. In a justification for the move, AP deputy standards editor Dave Minthorn told online...
- Posted 166 days ago
The Community Brave Foundation‘s 2013 LGBTIQ calendar ‘Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies, Healthy Souls‘ goes live on December 1 and features some of Sydney’s LGBT sporting teams, including the Sydney Convicts rugby club, the Flying Bats and Sydney...
- Posted 184 days ago
Not waving, drowning
Hosted by Charlotte Dawson, the November 13 Sydney Brave Ball is an event to raise funds for both the Community Brave Foundation and also for funding of Dean Fancis’s new film, Drown. The film tackles issues such...
- Posted 199 days ago
But I only have sex with guys my age
There has been a lot of focus on same-sex attracted young people in sexual health education and health promotion. Most of the focus is on their mental health resulting from homophobia (in school, family and amongst their...
- Posted 199 days ago
Remembering a fallen hero
In 1998, a 21-year-old gay student was kidnapped, severely beaten and left to die, tied to a fence on the outskirts of Laramie, Wyoming. His name was Matthew Shepard. The powerful stage event ‘The Laramie Project’ outlines...
- Posted 227 days ago
How many times have you overheard kids say “so gay” about something as arbitrary as an annoying mobile ringtone? Or what about a bunch of drunk blokes at the pub calling their mate “faggot” for opting out...
- Posted 228 days ago
You’re never alone: Monash Uni
Monash University students, staff and alumni have shared their experiences of homophobia and coming out for the It Gets Better Australia online video project. The five-minute video features over a dozen people who share some harrowing stories...
- Posted 276 days ago
Blonde people “disgusting”, says advert
Bricks through car windows, a woman spat at and the cries of a man being beaten are part of a new controversial anti-homophobia campaign. UK-based LGBTI rights organisation Kaleidoscope Trust released an online advertisement on July 3...
- Posted 325 days ago