It comes as reports emerge that the rugby star’s cousin, Josiah Folau, left his position at St. Gregory’s College in Campbelltown after describing the Catholic Church as “the synagogue of Satan”.
“The media conglomerates will survive without you. Maybe not forever, but they have the resources to adapt … Without you, however, we will not survive.”
David Crawford charts his relationship and the Star Observer’s relationship with the HIV epidemic I arrived in Sydney in 1982. Oxford Street was awash with …
“There were genuinely no signs of Folau’s homophobia at the time. But perhaps we were all naïve.”
With our 40th anniversary relaunch issue about to come out, we look back at the edition that marked our 35th anniversary…which featured Israel Folau on the cover.
“In the four years that I’ve worked for the publication, I know that our unique and diverse stories have touched the lives of many.”
Founded in 1979, the Star Observer is the news journal of record for Australia’s LGBTI communities.