Government Senators Matt Canavan and Chris Back have accused the SBS of an “abuse” of its position as a public broadcaster for it’s support of marriage equality during a Senate estimates hearing in Canberra today. The Senators’ concerns stem from SBS’s decision to publicly declare themselves as supporters of marriage equality earlier this year, and …

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We all love a good musical rivalry. There was Axel Rose vs Slash, Taylor Swift vs Katy Perry, Tupac vs the Notorious B.I.G, and now we have… Wait for it… Kim Davis vs The Westboro Baptist Church. The ‘God Hates Fags’ Westboro Baptist Church is certainly no friend to the LGBT community but it seems …

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Brisbane’s New Way Community Chapel has this month marked 21 years of LGBTI inclusive worship. Known for its inclusive gatherings, the New Way Community Chapel has, since 1994, built up a strong reputation of accepting all people of faith who may have found themselves feeling disillusioned or not accepted by mainstream churches. The church’s long-serving …

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Brisbane’s New Way Community Chapel has this month marked 21 years of LGBTI inclusive worship. Known for its inclusive gatherings, the New Way Community Chapel has, since 1994, built up a strong reputation of accepting all people of faith who may have found themselves feeling disillusioned or not accepted by mainstream churches. The church’s long-serving …

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Visionary performance artist Grace Jones has released her memoir, hilariously titled “I’ll Never Write My Memoirs”, and she’s hit the promo trail hard by dragging a raft of contemporary pop stars for being “middle of the road” with “spastic, melting beats.” “Trends come along and people say, ‘Follow that trend’. There’s a lot of that …

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Rules are rules, but surely this flies in the face of common sense. An elderly gay couple have been ordered to remove a rainbow flag from their private balcony or face legal action. Murray Sheldrick, 78, and James Bellia, 72, received a letter from Melbourne Inner City Management Property Owners Corporation demanding that they take …

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The Queensland Police Service has bolstered its gay and lesbian liaison program this month by introducing District LGBTI Liaison Coordinators for each district within the state to ensure that every area of the state has  adequate access to the program. There are currently over 100 qualified LGBT police liaison officers stationed around Queensland A statement …

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NICHOLE’S STORY: COMING OUT IN A SMALL QLD TOWN By Nichole Conolly I am 29, have Asperger’s, live in a small Queensland town and am gay. Coming out isn’t easy but one way I deal with things is to write about how I feel. I find writing a way to release feelings as if I …

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An undercover documentary team has found that Chinese hospitals are still offering painful electroshock therapy and drug prescriptions that doctors claim will “cure” homosexuality. Despite being homosexuality being declassified as a mental illness in 1997 and legalised in 2001, the documentary makers found many doctors all to willing to charge people large amounts of money …

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An undercover documentary team has found that Chinese hospitals are still offering painful electroshock therapy and drug prescriptions that doctors claim will “cure” homosexuality. Despite being homosexuality being declassified as a mental illness in 1997 and legalised in 2001, the documentary makers found many doctors all to willing to charge people large amounts of money …

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