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"I am sorry for the hurt, the prejudice, the active discrimination that ruined lives".
The study reported zero cases of HIV transmission among homosexual men.
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.
For decades, we were obsessed with the private mysteries of men. And so we jailed them. We harmed them. And, in turn, they harmed themselves.
Mario Kart DS
'That was a dark chapter in our state's history and we are better than that'.
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While same-sex couples are skidding out on metaphoric banana peels and getting KO'd by spinning turtle shells, our heterosexual counterparts have already reached the familial finish line. So what can same-sex couples do to keep the spark alive in their relationships?
As a bisexual student with many gender diverse and sexually diverse friends, I am listening to this debate and wondering: have any of the politicians who are so adamant about what is best for students actually asked us?
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Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil, or rather Yuvraj Shri Manvendra Singhji Raghubir Singhji Sahib, the crown prince of one of India's oldest royal families made a public announcement in 2006 that made head...
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?
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I hope that my election to this place will, in a small way, send a message of hope. That your sexuality should not and need not be a barrier. That you can be gay and even be a member of the Australian Parliament.
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A lot of us have things within us that we hide. Maybe we just lie by omission or don't want to stir the pot. But when we hide something it indicates we are ashamed or embarrassed.
In their best-selling graphic novel Zahra’s Paradise, Amir Soltani and Khalil Bendib captured the 2009 demonstrations in Tehran, Iran. Now, they're using that medium to give the world a look at anothe...