At a time when a number of African nations are competing to see which country can impose the toughest anti-gay laws, the Southern African nation of Mozambique has changed it penal code, meaning that as of this month, being gay is no longer a crime. While homosexuality was never specifically criminalised, a clause of the …

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Listen to the courage of young Brendan Jordan who is interviewed in this short video below. A part of DaveWavey TV. Click the image below to watch or CLICK HERE

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A lot of guys are in the habit of douching before having anal sex. However whilst it is important to be concerned about hygiene, douching is not necessarily a healthy habit. There have been some studies which show an increased risk of contracting sexually transmitted infections through douching – perhaps because the normal mucous lining …

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The Dykes On Bikes (Queensland chapter) arrive in Rockhampton tonight on their fund-raising ride for Open Doors Youth Service. They will be the star attraction at an Equality Rally in Victoria Park tomorrow (Saturday June 13th) from noon to 3pm. The Dykes on Bikes (DOB) will then lead a rally of community members through the …

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By Gina Mather Some interesting observations came out of the First Australian Trans Mental health study 2013/14 which was provided by Curtin University in conjunction with Beyond Blue and Western Australia Centre for Health Promotion Research. Nearly 500 Trans people participated in the survey from all over Australia so it is a fair representation of …

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Congratulations are in order for our friends at Key Assets who have just been awarded an AWEI Pride in Diversity award for their outstanding LGBTI workplace inclusion. Key Assets is a non government organisation which provides foster care services across Queensland and has long been seeking LGBTI foster carers. They have been a regular presence …

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Brisbane City Hall has never looked as fabulous as it did this week for the 54th annual Queens Ball Awards where Brisbane’s LGBT community gathered to recognise the people and groups who work so hard for our community’s benefit. Decked out with rainbow flags flying both inside and outside the Hall along with the hall’s …

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A study has revealed that an increasing number of Australians are identifying as gay. Between 2006 and 2014, Roy Morgan Research (RMR) has asked almost 180,000 Australians to agree or disagree to the statement, “I consider myself a homosexual”. The statistics show that the number agreeing has risen from 1 in 49 people (2.4%) in …

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Businessman Dick Smith has urged all Australian MPs to end the “pathetic political strutting” and legalise same-sex marriage. Mr Smith, who was awarded a Companion of the Order of Australia in the Queen’s Birthday honours, lambasted all sides of politics for bickering over who or which party should have “ownership” of gay marriage legislation. The …

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Geraldine Turner is a true icon of Australian show business. Throughout a career that spans four decades, she has earned her place in the Australian Theatre as one of this country’s most legendary leading ladies. Appearing at the Queensland Cabaret Festival for one night only, ‘Turner’s Turn’ is a celebration of Geraldine’s incredible life on …

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