Category Archives: Politics

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Rainbow Report on Soft Tackles

Tackling homophobia in sport is underfunded and, it seems, too easily relegated to the backburner. Rainbow Report Thurs 7pm AEDST Joy 94.9 Melbourne, phoe app/online www.joy.org.au/listenlive

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Emails about Qld AIDS defunding emerge

Emails lay bare the political nature of QAHC’s defunding and bureaucratic ignorance of state footwear emblem.

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Rainbow Report on Progress

Are we making progress on marriage, fighting HIV, reducing discrimination, in the armed forces? Doug Pollard’s guests Air Commodore Tracy Smart, AMEs Carl Katter, AFAOs Rob Lake & OII Aus’s Gina Wilson tonight.

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How to get gay-marriage back on track

Let’s start with a simple fact: the Australian gay-marriage campaign has lost this round.  Marriage, for the rainbow community, isn’t legal (with the exception of transgendered individuals with opposite sex…

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Discrimination Fail: Intersex

The inclusion of Intersex has been uncontroversial in Tasmania legislation, says OII, so why it would be so in federal legislation?

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Sister Mary Jane Has Her Doubts

Sister Mary Jane waxes cynical over the government’s planned reforms to anti-discrimination law.

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Stop The Boats

Continuing to repeat the same actions and expecting a different outcome is the definition of insanity.

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Anti-Discrimination – A Holy Cop-Out

The proposed ‘religious’ exemptions to anti-discrimination law make no sense, especially in the light of the compromise over aged-care.

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Stand by for Incoming

The child abuse inquiry is going to create dangerous times for the LGBTI community. We must be prepared.

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The Silent Minority

Carrington Brigham argues that marriage equality is in the hands of the heterosexual community, or majority: it’s time for our allies to come out and fight for us.