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The long march to equality

Gay rights have come a long since Australia’s colonialists fashioned laws based on British legislation dealing with the act of “buggery”. From an original sentence of execution for convicted “sodomites to progressively-weakening laws that saw sentences reduced to at least three years, it has been a long journey to the complete decriminalisation of homosexuality across the country.

Love in a four-letter word

shake & stir’s new production of Wuthering Heights promises to explore what happens when love is taken to its extremities. Andrew Blythe spoke with Gerry Connolly (pictured below), who plays the iconic housekeeper Nelly Dean.

COLUMN: Finding a gay or lesbian partner using smart phones

I was talking the other day to a lesbian friend who is gorgeous looking, bright and very positive about life, but who is finding it …

OPINION: Give your partner the best gift ever – listen

One little skill – listening – can change any relationship and offers a great gift to your partner and you. Being listened to feels wonderful …

COLUMN: Being gay, older and happy

When young you heard these words with disbelief from older gays – “you too will get old one day”. Sure enough, time catches up with …

OPINION: Getting more sex – as easy as counting one to five

If you are in a long-term relationship and wanting more sex it might be as simple as counting to five – research has shown that …

Suffering anxiety – stop it now!

Anxiety is worrying about the future and depression is ruminating over the past. If your dog or cat died you are going to experience depression …

Sex and your boyfriend

Sean and Paul met eight years ago. They live together, they love each other but they rarely have sex any more and if they ever …

Playtime

FOR BOYS ROMEO GETS MACHO Shakespeare’s R&J is a bold, testosterone-pumped reimagining of Romeo and Juliet playing at the Seymour Centre until July 3. The …

Sydney Mardi Gras 2003 launches with a bang

It may have been noticeably smaller and leaner than the Opera House steps extravaganzas of recent years, but the launch of the 2003 Mardi Gras …