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Australia is set to elect its first ever openly gay man in the House of Representatives this December at the North Sydney by-election with the Liberal Party endorsing the former vice-president of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Business Association,Trent Zimmerman as their candidate. Formerly held by Joe Hockey since 1996, the seat of North Sydney …

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For many, “coming out” to family and friends is a stressful experience. As if once is not enough, spare a thought for Tina Healy who has to come out to her mother every couple of weeks. Tina, 54, is a transgender and feared that revealing herself as a woman might be too stressful for her …

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For many, “coming out” to family and friends is a stressful experience. As if once is not enough, spare a thought for Tina Healy who has to come out to her mother every couple of weeks. Tina, 54, is a transgender and feared that revealing herself as a woman might be too stressful for her …

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Foreign Minister and Deputy Liberal Leader Julie Bishop has publicly declared that she is in favour of marriage equality. Bishop who has long kept her personal position on the issue to herself made the announcement on Channel 10’s The Project, nonchalantly stating that she had no qualms with a change to the Marriage Act and …

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When it comes to erotica and pornography, the blind and visually impaired have been kept in the dark – until now. Swedish artist Nina Linde has created a Braille sex book which features straight, gay and lesbian porn. The X-rated book Occasionally Blind features images that are raised from the page and descriptions in Braille …

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RAAF Group Captain and transgender advocate Catherine McGregor has been named the Queensland Australian of the Year for 2016. McGregor, who is the world’s highest ranking trans military official, was presented with her award by Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk after being selected from a group of four nominees including humanitarian Lucy Strickland, journalist Peter Greste, …

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RAAF Group Captain and transgender advocate Catherine McGregor has been named the Queensland Australian of the Year for 2016. McGregor, who is the world’s highest ranking trans military official, was presented with her award by Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk after being selected from a group of four nominees including humanitarian Lucy Strickland, journalist Peter Greste, …

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When referee Nigel Owens blows the whistle to get the Rugby World Cup final under way it will be the highlight of what is an inspiring personal journey. While the Wallabies and the All Blacks will rightly be the star attraction, Owens, 44, would prefer to remain oblivious as millions of fans around the world …

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