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Diversity training for the aged care sector
The Australian government is currently reforming the aged care sector. For the first time, the unique concerns and challenges faced by older LGBTI people are being recognised. LGBTI people have had a unique experience of discrimination for most...
- Posted 156 days ago
Advocate confronts MP over marriage equality
Queensland federal Liberal MP Teresa Gambaro (pictured) was confronted over her opposition to marriage equality by an LGBTI rights advocate at a community question and answer session on Saturday. Phil Browne took Gambaro to task over her...
- Posted 159 days ago
Queer without fear
Most LGBT relationships are built on love and respect. Some are built on abuse and control; this is domestic violence. Domestic violence can take many forms including physical violence, sexual assault, verbal or emotional abuse and social,...
- Posted 163 days ago
Eight months of the LNP: Part two
Star Observer talks to Queensland Health Minister Lawrence Springborg about the defunding of the Queensland Association for Healthy Communities, the Ministerial Advisory Committee on HIV/AIDS and the Queensland government’s new ‘Let’s End HIV’ campaign. Q. Prior to...
- Posted 170 days ago
Kiani gives us a taste of Summer
Scottish dance music star Mary Kiani will be playing a one-night-only show this weekend at Brisbane’s Stockholm Syndrome Bar and Restaurant. The singer has been a mainstay on the English and Australian music scene and has performed...
- Posted 184 days ago
Keeping up with Queensland HIV law
A recent Brisbane court case involving an HIV-positive man has once again raised the question of how Queensland’s legal system handles the issue of unsafe-sex and disclosure. While sensitive community discussions regarding personal responsibility continue, the law has...
- Posted 185 days ago
Gladstone rallies for marriage rights
Gladstone is the latest in a growing list of regional Queensland towns and cities that are speaking out for gay marriage, with a rally planned for this weekend. Residents from one of the state’s largest mining centres...
- Posted 188 days ago
Archbishop’s role in civil unions rollback “disturbing”
A meeting held between the Catholic Archbishop of Brisbane and the Queensland premier the day before civil union laws were rolled back has upset LGBTI rights advocates and raised questions regarding the influence of organised religion on...
- Posted 194 days ago
Cairns releases its inner demons
Out! Cairns will be painting the town black for their upcoming ghoulishly-themed Black Party. On November 3 at the Buddha Bar, partygoers are encouraged to dress up in their darkest, and kinkiest outfits and unleash their dark...
- Posted 199 days ago
Case against HIV positive man continues
The case against a HIV-positive Brisbane man accused of having unprotected sex and not disclosing his status continued last week with some changes made to the charges and bail conditions. Rhys Martin, 20, appeared before a short hearing...
- Posted 199 days ago