Refugees Canada

It’s been a long, daunting journey but love has finally prevailed. Alireza, who is from Iran, and his partner Kiran, who is from India, arrived in Canada last week, greeted at the airport by members of the Vancouver Rainbow Refugee group who sponsored them. The couple were forced to flee their home countries so they …

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Giant Penis

Pranksters transformed bicycle artwork created on a hillside to mark the Tour of Britain into a giant penis. Residents of Ilfracombe, Devon, United Kingdom got a rude awakening when they spotted the naughty artwork on the side of Capstone Hill. The bike, made out of cardboard and reclaimed plastic, was commissioned for a local environment …

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HIV Ireland

A busy working mother of four is going the extra yards to raise funds for HIV Ireland. Tracey Byrne, who works as a therapist in the heart of Dublin’s City Centre, where she runs her own thriving practice, will climb the highest mountain on the African continent in aid of the charity close to her …

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Gay Wedding Cake

Leading Australian wedding publication White has been criticised for ignoring coverage of same-sex marriages. Many of the magazine’s contributors have claimed that it is operating an informal policy blocking all coverage of gay weddings. Photographer Lara Hotz, who has previously had her work featured on the cover of the magazine, raised the issue in exchange …

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Elderly Woman Legally Married

An elderly woman has been declared legally married – three months after her ‘wife’ died. Utah Judge Patrick Corum declared 74-year-old Bonnie Foerster legally wed to her “soulmate” and common law partner Beverly Grossaint, who died in May at the age of 82, just a few weeks after the couple celebrated their five-decade anniversary together. …

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JK Rowling Adds Touch Of Magic To Couple's Wedding Day

As with any wedding day, it was a magical time for Nick and John when they got hitched at Prestonfield House in Edinburgh last weekend. But it became even more spellbinding when they received a surprise visit from Harry Potter author JK Rowling. Photographer Matt Fothergill had snapped a few pictures of the beaming newlyweds …

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taking blood

Gay men in Denmark will soon be able to donate blood to “better embrace gender equality”. Danish health minister Ellen Trane Nørby revealed that the new law will come into effect sometime in 2019. “The authority (Patient Safety) has found a model we feel is safe and we will therefore incorporate it into Denmark,” she …

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transphobic sticker

Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson has vowed to remove anti-transgender stickers which have been plastered throughout the city. Dozens of the pink stickers – with the words “Women don’t have penises” have been placed on Anthony Gormley’s famous cast iron sculptures. The group behind the stunt, Liverpool ReSisters, is unhappy about the right of transgender people …

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Coming Out

The vast majority of LGBTIQ Australians are not comfortable coming out to their work colleagues. The Out at Work: from Prejudice to Pride report released last week suggests 25 per cent of employees were out to some people and almost 40 per cent were out to most people at work. The joint Royal Melbourne Institute …

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High Heels

A man has been booted out of a London gay club for wearing high heels. Pavel Vacek, 33, said he had never experienced any issues getting into clubs before, so he was taken aback when a bouncer at XXL London turned him away for wearing high-heeled boots. Vacek suggested to Pink News the club was …

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