SWEDEN is quickly catching up to Ireland as Eurovision’s most awarded nation after Måns Zelmerlöw won the Scandinavian nation’s sixth competition title on Sunday in Vienna, Austria. …
RYAN Dolan’s journey to and during Eurovision 2013 came after sudden exposure to the music industry following an unlikely start that even had his family surprised. …
The Star Observer’s resident Eurovision expert (read: fanatic) had a chat with Australia’s first lady of the competition, Julia Zemiro, about how the invitation came about to compete this year, who she thinks may represent us, Russia’s anti-gay “hot air” and why Jedward need to lay off the sugar.
The outspoken Tasmanian senator admits that she had not “given thought” to the Russian government’s treatment of its LGBTI citizens whilst praising President Vladimir Putin for his “great values” and leadership.
One half of the Russian “fake lesbian” band t.A.T.u. has revealed that she would not accept a gay son, but said that being gay was “a little better” than being a murderer, thief or drug addict.
The organiser of the recent World Congress of Families Conference in Melbourne has said she supports recent calls for a global ban on “homosexual propaganda” like the internationally-condemned Russian law.
A security flaw found in Grindr, that led to serious issues of violence and harassment overseas recently, has potential implications for Australian men who use the app, according to a Curtin University researcher.
The news that Kazakhstan is set to embark on a Russian-style rollback of gay rights has a weirder side: one politician is claiming a blood test for “degeneratism” could be used to identify gay people.