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PrEP is taking a tablet to prevent HIV. Queensland has begun the FREE PrEP trials.  Cairns is now full and Townsville has just one place left with the Sunshine Coast opening next week but is certain to fill fast. If you would like to be part of the free trial read the contact details below. Townsville …

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Islamic State militants have continued their campaign of barbarity towards LGBT people by killing ten people for alleged homosexuality – one of them just a young boy. The brutal murders were conducted in the central town of Rastan with seven of the men being executed at gunpoint, while the two other men and a boy …

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Professor Bob Grant has been one of the world’s leading HIV/AIDS researchers for over 30 years with his development of PrEP revolutionising the way we look at HIV prevention and saw him named as one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People. QNews sat down with Professor Grant during his recent trip to Australia to …

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Argentina has this month removed its ban on gay and bisexual men donating blood after a fifteen year campaign from LGBT advocacy groups. Argentinian Health Minister Daniel Gollan says the lifting of the ban is “based on a medical approach that replaces that old concept of ‘risk groups.’” Adding, that the policy change was made …

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Queensland’s long running LGBT phone counseling service the Gay & Lesbian Welfare Association (best known as GLWA) have launched a brand new name and a new look at a gala function held in Teneriffe during Pride week. The organisation will now be known as Diverse Voices and will continue to provide a caring ear to …

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A random act of kindness by a McDonald’s worker in Chicago brought tears to the eyes of a customer who witnessed the touching encounter. Destiny Carreno, who had ducked into the fast food outlet after work, couldn’t contain her emotions, saying it was the “kindest and most humble thing I have ever seen”. Since she …

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A farmer who lives in the town of Gay in Georgia was far from happy when he was refused a livestock transport licence. When Gene King applied to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) for the licence to allow him to transport cattle interstate, the town’s name was rejected as “explicit” by the department’s …

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A farmer who lives in the town of Gay in Georgia was far from happy when he was refused a livestock transport licence. When Gene King applied to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) for the licence to allow him to transport cattle interstate, the town’s name was rejected as “explicit” by the department’s …

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