Ireland’s historic referendum for marriage equality filled many Irish same-sex couples with a sense of euphoria, but those feelings may now be giving way to frustration with the news that the legislation which will allow the first same-sex marriages may now be pushed back to 2016. The hold up is due to a legal challenge …

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Wow, you have really got to hand it to him, North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un is a hell of a guy. Well that is if you believe North Korea’s state media anyway who claim that their supreme leader has found cures for HIV, Ebola, Cancer, and Sars. Unfortunately for those of us in the West, …

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US Ambassador to Australia John Berry has opened up on a number of LGBTI issues recently including lavishing praise on Australia’s record of LGBTI law reform, while also urging Australia not to repeat the mistakes the US has made regarding HIV. Speaking publicly after the landmark US Supreme Court ruling granting all US citizens full …

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After the overwhelming community support seen at last year’s World AIDS Day candlelight vigil in New Farm Park – the first seen in Brisbane in seven years – the Queensland AIDS Council has announced that they will be holding another vigil again this year to remember friends and family members lost to HIV/AIDS. The 2015 …

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New Farm’s Nash Theatre is set to re-introduce audiences to one of theatre’s best loved characters this month with their upcoming production of Sweeney Todd. Billed as a melodrama with music, ‘The tale of Sweeney Todd’, the infamous ‘Demon Barber of Fleet Street’ and his accomplice Mrs Lovett promise a feast of song and drama, …

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Firecracker Films describes their UK based production as :  Gay saunas are places where gay men meet strangers to have sex. With exclusive access to one Nottingham business, this documentary enters the notorious, secretive world of the gay sauna for the very first time. We meet the people who go there for sexual pleasures – …

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A rainbow will be hovering over Rockhampton on the weekend of July 10-12. The pot of gold? Raising public awareness of marriage equality within the community, our parliamentary representatives and civic leaders. To that end, a public forum will be held at Central Queensland University on Friday, July 10, with nibbles at 5pm for a …

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LGBTI lobbyist Susan Cullinane had, quite literally, a mountain to climb in convincing her Irish community to vote in favour of marriage equality. Susan, who spent two months door-knocking throughout her community during the campaign, couldn’t bear to wait around for the results of Ireland’s referendum; so she decided to go for a hike. It …

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Brisbane-raised singer-songwriter Megan Washington has announced a second, more extensive tour with acclaimed 2014 album There There. The Tangents Tour will include regional Queensland among its 26 dates and comes after the ARIA winner’s sold out tour earlier this year. “The album tour in February was amazing, and I can’t wait to see and play …

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Relive your inner love child this Thursday evening upstairs at the Wickham Hotel and dress up as your favourite 60s icon at a truly groovy event which will see all ticket sales donated to the gay & lesbian telephone counselling service GLWA. Filled with all of the fashion, food, and tunes from the revolution era, …

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