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Tim Campbell

Tim Campbell has been a regular face on Australian TV screens since the 1990s. His career has taken him from soap opera, to game show hosting, TV dramas and now his current career in music. As he prepares for the release of his second studio album he sat down with Michael James to chat about …

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Bisexual men

Young bisexual men are the least likely to be open about their sexuality among their peers, according to a new Australian survey. The survey of 11,000 young people by radio station triple j suggested that gay men aged between 18 and 29 are more than twice as likely to have “come out” as their bisexual …

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Todd Mckenney Simon Gallaher

Entertainer Todd McKenney has been slammed for revealing an ex-boyfriend of his went on to marry and have children with his sister. The veteran theatre performer made the revelation on LGBTIQ radio station Joy 94.9’s Word For Word podcast hosted by Ben Norris. McKenney said he has “a weird relationship” with his sister, Lisa, as …

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Dr Andy Stamatiou Brisbane Fertility

Dr Andy Stamatiou is a well-known Brisbane fertility specialist, working primarily in IVF and fertility care, gynaecology and obstetrics. He has over 20 years experience as a doctor, and is proud to have helped a number of local same-sex couples become parents. What are some of the factors that make him a good doctor, especially …

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gay couple cairns

An octogenarian gay couple from Sydney have opened up about married life and companionship after recently tying the knot. Graeme and Brian, both 84, recently married after a chance meeting last year at the Mature Age Gay group in Sydney. “I’ve been a member of the group for 25 years, since it first started,” Brian …

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Sportsman Hotel Panorama

A new mural greeting patrons to the Sportsman Hotel pays tribute to the iconic Brisbane gay venue’s history. The mural was unveiled last month to coincide with the 57th Queens Ball Awards, and depicts two leather-clad men alongside Queensland drag queens Vollie LaVont and Mandy Moobs surrounded by a rainbow ribbon, below the words “Sporties …

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george michael

The man who vandalised a mural of George Michael with black paint in the Sydney suburb of Erskineville has been found guilty of malicious damage. Ben Gittany was caught on video saying “I’m defending my religion” as he damaged the seven-metre tall artwork last November, just days after the result of the marriage postal survey …

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Lauren southern

Protesters gathered outside the Brisbane Convention Centre on Sunday night to rally against far right YouTube personality Lauren Southern. The Canadian 23-year-old and colleague, far-right commentator Stefan Molyneux, are currently on a “speaking tour” of Australian capital cities, during which they’ve expressed extreme views opposing immigration, multiculturalism, feminism, transgender people and Islam. Southern has said …

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pride cup

More football teams are being encouraged to hold their own LGBTIQ-inclusive Pride Cup matches after Queensland’s first was hailed a success last Saturday. The initiative sees footy teams don rainbow colours to celebrate inclusion and diversity in sport and send a message to LGBTIQ players and fans that they’re welcome and accepted. The Robina Roos …

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LGBT Legal Service are offering assistance to Queensland men with gay sex convictions

Alan Raabe, the Queensland man who became the face of the campaign to expunge the state’s historical gay convictions, may be ineligible to have his own expunged, his lawyer says. Homosexual sex was decriminalised in Queensland in 1991, but men who were charged for consensual activity under several laws prior to that still hold the …

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