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These 200 LGBTIQ Leaders Say No To The Marriage Plebiscite


Matthew Mitcham has announced his retirement

Australia’s Olympic golden boy Matthew Mitcham has announced his retirement from diving. He told Channel Seven’s Sunrise that he won’t be competing at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. (WATCH VIDEO BELOW) “I have achieved everything I hoped for, including the big three – Olympic gold in 2008, world No.1 in 2010, and …

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Cristiano Ronaldo is arguably the best soccer player on the planet. (CLICK BELOW TO WATCH) But his talents don’t stop there. That’s why GQ chose him for the cover of their issue celebrating the human body. And, luckily for us, they also filmed him doing soccer tricks in nothing but three kinds of boxer-briefs and …

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Same-sex marriage tensions within the Turnbull Govenment are boiling over today after senior government members announced that they would not vote to pass legislation for marriage equality even if the Australian public vote for change at a proposed plebiscite Senator Cory Bernardi has said this morning that he would not vote in favour of change …

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Black coffee may not be to everyone’s taste – some prefer a sweetener or a splash of milk. But thanks to Tom Daley we can now spill the beans – “the healthiest, easiest and the most available – and the cheapest – is regular black coffee.” The Olympic diver divulged his secrets on well-being in …

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South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill has apologised to Marco Bulmer-Rizzi, a gay British man, after South Australian state authorities refused to acknowledge his marriage when his partner tragically died while in Adelaide. David Bulmer-Rizzia and Marco Bulmer-Rizzi wed in front of family and friends in 2014 and were on their Australian honeymoon when David fell …

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Lovers of queer theatre and movies are in for a real treat throughout February as the Brisbane Powerhouse runs the back to back queer arts festivals MELT and the Brisbane Queer Film Festival. After debuting in 2015, the MELT Festival which celebrates queer live performance and art will run 3-14 Feb, while the ever popular …

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Love him or loathe him – but if you’re a homophobe it’s best to steer well clear of the courtroom of Judge Rinder. A landlord felt the full wrath of the judge after he demanded that an ex-tenant, who happens to be a lesbian, should have to fork out £399 for a new bed. When …

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Victoria Police are investigating the brutal bashing of a man near the public toilets in St Kilda Botanical Gardens. @Melbourne Danny Levi Bryce-Maurice, 32, was subjected to homophobic abuse while being told he was “in the wrong toilet.” Bryce-Maurice, who was enjoying a friend’s birthday party, told MCV he was approached by two men. “One said …

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Ellen DeGeneres and Portia De Rossi have finally put the rumours to bed. After years of deflecting questions on whether they will or won’t have children someday, the secret is out. They have a new addition to the family – a nine-week-old puppy named Kid. “I have not talked about this yet, but we have …

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Cancer has claimed another star of the stage and screen. Alan Rickman died this week aged 69. With performances ranging from Shakespearean plays to the Harry Potter movies, Rickman was versatile and best known for what the BBC recalled as his “sonorous, languid voice.” Among his films were Die Hard, Sweeney Todd, Michael Collins, Dogma, …

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