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President Donald Trump's administration announced on Wednesday that it will no longer bar schools from discriminating against transgender students, rescinding a policy put in place by the previous adm...
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The proposed order would weaken LGBTQ anti-discrimination protections and curb access to contraception coverage.
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Britain has granted posthumous pardons to thousands of gay and bisexual men who were convicted of sexual offences under laws which have since been abolished, the government said on Tuesday. The mass p...
It's nearly 20 years since Simon Hunt revolutionised political parody by nailing Pauline Hanson.
A Georgia man who doused a gay couple with boiling water in their sleep has been sentenced to 40 years in prison. On Wednesday, Martin Blackwell was found guilty of eight counts of aggravated battery...
Giving the vote to women made democracy stronger. Recognising our Indigenous brothers and sisters made Australia stronger.Understanding that all love is truly equal cannot be a step backwards.
Love is love is love is love is love is love. But whose hate are we now defeating with all this love? My fellow straight, white, cis people, I suggest that the hate originates with us, and now would be a really good time to honestly reflect on what our systemic prejudice has wrought.
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This week’s tragic events have been a sad reminder that homophobia and transphobia are still very real. And also a reminder that we need to keep LGBTI rights firmly on the agenda; both in our community and in our political debate.
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It's kinda strange to think that hundreds of years ago -- you know, before property ownership, patriarchy, religion and capitalism drummed us all into the tired social construct of monogamous bliss -- humans happily roamed the planet in bonobo-inspired communities with multiple sexual partners. Oh, and everyone banged. Loads.
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Sydney is counting down to Saturday night's Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, with almost 200 floats and more than 10,000 marchers set to parade down Oxford street in the annual extravaganza of glitter, rai...
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On Wednesday, a Catholic school in Sydney told young-adult author Will Kostakis that his speaking visit is no longer 'appropriate' after he came out as gay. Is contemporary Australia one step away from building a pile of books, dousing them in petrol, and striking a match?
This year at Mardi Gras, by all means enjoy the show. But look behind the glitter to see the hurt, violence and inequality that still exist.
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The men and women who marched in Sydney’s first Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras are expected to receive a formal apology from the NSW parliament on Thursday for their mistreatment at the hands of authoriti...
Pride is the opposite of shame. It is the antidote to that corrosive feeling that makes people hide who they really are. Pride is everything, because for some, shame can kill.