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Why we should celebrate the NZ decision
This week New Zealand became the latest country, and the first in the Pacific region, to legalise same-sex marriage. I am thrilled that half my friends in mixed-race marriages (Kiwis and Aussies) and all my friends in...
- Posted 30 days ago
The gay agenda
Last week, The Daily Telegraph’s Piers Ackerman produced a largely incoherent blog post on his feelings about a “minority lobby” trying to “again inflict itself upon the majority”. He’s talking about us: the gay and lesbian community...
- Posted 43 days ago
This is who we are
Earlier this year the Australian Classification Board refused to give an exemption to a film called “I Want You Love” which was scheduled to be shown at the Mardi Gras Film Festival (February), Melbourne Queer Film Festival...
- Posted 62 days ago
The power of words
Last week I got into a fight on a Facebook friend’s wall. The topic? Whether or not the terms “queenie twink” and “lez” were homophobic. The context of their use of these terms? Slagging off some people...
- Posted 76 days ago
Small change makes a big difference
This week the Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby was the recipient of a bequest in someone’s will. While we cannot name this person, we would like to acknowledge their generous gift. Their donation at this time is...
- Posted 91 days ago
Rocked by Roxon resignation
It’s been a week of shocks in Federal politics, most notably with the resignation of Attorney General Nicola Roxon. Roxon, a forthright and politically-engaged Attorney General should be missed by not only the gay and lesbian community,...
- Posted 104 days ago
with LAINIE ARNOLD NSW GLRL Happy 2013 to everyone! Now that Christmas and New Years celebrations are behind us, and we’re all enjoying the tennis season in Australia, it’s time for the NSW Gay and Lesbian Rights...
- Posted 133 days ago
What a year for the GLRL
The GLRL AGM was held on Wednesday, November 28, and by the time this column goes to print a new committee will have been elected for 2013, so I wanted to take this opportunity to reflect on...
- Posted 174 days ago
The community runs on volunteer efforts
Last week, the NSW Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby sent out the notice for our upcoming AGM on November 28. We will be electing a new committee and executive, and members will have the opportunity to ask...
- Posted 188 days ago
The tide is turning
By the time this column has gone to print this week, the American election will be over. This time, marriage equality has been part of the American presidential debate as never before, with Barack Obama publicly stating...
- Posted 196 days ago