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Melbourne gay nightclub Poof Doof has apologised for a brief once given to their photographers that instructed them to exclude certain body types and women from the venue’s photos. The brief for the club’s photographers caused outrage when screenshots of the document emerged on social media on Wednesday. “Photos are only to be taken [of] …

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Nearly two thirds of gay dads report face social stigma from relatives, neighbors, service staff and other LGBTIQ people, according to new research. The survey of 732 gay dads in 47 US states was conducted by researchers at the American Academy of Pediatrics and found 63.5 percent of respondents reported experiencing stigma because of being …

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Google has come under fire for continuing to feature an app accused of promoting harmful “gay conversion” therapy in the company’s Play Store. Living Hope Ministries, the US-based creator of the app, refers to gay and transgender people as “sexually broken” individuals and the “gay lifestyle is spiritually and physically harmful”. The app gives users …

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A gay couple have pleaded guilty to having a threesome with a third man in front of other passengers on a train in the London Underground. While on the train, 35-year-old man George Mason and his 24-year-old boyfriend Nicholas Mullan had “full sex, oral sex and masturbation in the presence of the traveling members of …

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It’s that time of the year when singers are lured out of their showers and into the joyful embrace of the Brisbane Pride Choir. Yes, the shower has great acoustics, but it will never equal the joy and friendship found in a choir. The Brisbane Pride Choir is a non-auditioned group, so everyone is welcome. …

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Organisers say Cairns’ first “drag school” was such a success last year that it will return in 2019 to train a new group of budding drag performers. Late last year, community group Cairns Drag partnered with the Queensland AIDS Council to run an eight week series of free drag workshops, where a group of budding …

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Community activist, former QNews Magazine Print Editor and Brisbane Pride Vice-President Michael James celebrated the New Year by marrying long-time partner Anthony Gillespie. An extremely happy congregation of friends and family filled Fortitude Valley’s beautiful High Church on Brunswick Street for the ceremony, presided over in part by Gordon, the son of the two new …

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Benjamin Law’s SBS series The Family Law will break new ground with its central character’s coming out story in its final season, starting tonight. Created and co-written by the journalist and author (pictured, centre), the acclaimed show is loosely based on Law’s memoir of the same name and is a coming-of-age story told through the …

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Lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) Australians continue to experience significant disadvantage when it comes to health and wellbeing compared to their heterosexual peers, a University of Queensland study has found. Dr Francisco Perales, from UQ’s Institute for Social Science Research, identified bisexual people as being at higher risk of poor outcomes compared to both heterosexual …

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Netflix has pulled production of an upcoming drama series from North Carolina over anti-gay legislation on the US state’s books, the show’s creator has said. Instead, the streaming service is expected to take the North Carolina-set drama OBX to neighbouring South Carolina instead, local media reported. OBX creator Jonas Pate, who grew up in North …

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