- Rudd reverses gay marriage positionPosted 1 day ago
- Gay-friendly businesses celebratedPosted 2 days ago
- Greens push for overseas marriagePosted 6 days ago
- AFL pride campaign is “bullying”Posted 7 days ago
- Brazilian court ruling allows gay marriagesPosted 7 days ago
- Minnesota passes marriage equality billPosted 8 days ago
- Marriage rally draws sombre talePosted 9 days ago
- Marriage bill a stunt: Rainbow LaborPosted 12 days ago
- Take two: Marriage bill back to ParliamentPosted 13 days ago
- Another US state gets marriage equalityPosted 14 days ago
Salamanca market tribute unveiled
It’s been five years in the making but a new public artwork in Hobart will commemorate the largest act of gay rights civil disobedience in Australian history. Community members and city officials attended the unveiling of The...
- Posted 23 hours ago
Brazilian court ruling allows gay marriages
Australian marriage equality advocates have welcomed news that Brazilian gay couples should be allowed to marry now after a top judicial body ruled that same-sex couples shouldn’t be denied marriage licenses. AFP reported the National Council of Justice,...
- Posted 7 days ago
Take two: Marriage bill back to Parliament
Greens Melbourne MP Adam Bandt is reintroducing a marriage equality bill into Parliament in June despite fears it will fail if the Coalition are not granted a conscience vote. On Thursday, Bandt announced he would put his...
- Posted 13 days ago
“Small win” after local elections
Marriage equality advocates are remaining positive after last weekend’s Tasmanian Upper House election results which saw no effective movement towards candidates who support for same-sex marriage. Tasmanians took to the polls on Saturday for the three Upper...
- Posted 14 days ago
Flyers draw fire from gay advocates
Anti-gay flyers recently distributed in Launceston have prompted Tasmanian gay rights advocates to lodge a complaint to the state’s Anti-Discrimination Commission. The flyers condemned homosexuality as “unhealthy”, stating that Bible scripture and “secular media and academia” could...
- Posted 44 days ago
Gays look down on women: Liberal MP
In extraordinary scenes at NSW Parliament, a state MP has claimed that HIV awareness organisation ACON was “taken over by gay men” in the 1980s and that the male gay community has an “attitude problem” towards women....
- Posted 65 days ago
Buttrose hailed for win
Marriage equality advocates have welcomed the new Australian of the Year Ita Buttrose for her long-time support of gay rights and HIV awareness. Buttrose urged the Labor members to back marriage equality at the Australian Labor Party’s...
- Posted 112 days ago
Katter loses candidates, walks out of interview
A Victorian candidate for Bob Katter’s Australian Party (KAP) who linked gay people with paedophiles has quit, while a Queensland Senate nominee has had his membership suspended in fallout from yesterday’s extraordinary display of anti-gay animus from...
- Posted 117 days ago
Give equality this Christmas
Australian Marriage Equality (AME) have unveiled a new video encouraging people to talk about same-sex marriage around the Christmas dinner table this year. Launched Thursday, it’s accompanied by social media skins and e-cards that encourage conversations about...
- Posted 153 days ago
Hundreds turn out for marriage BBQ
Organisers of Tasmania’s first Marriage Equality Beach BBQ, held in Hobart last week, have hailed the event “a great success” with more than 200 people attending. Event organiser Helen Richardson said its popularity shows marriage equality has strong...
- Posted 166 days ago