Tag Archives: anti-discrimination

Open Letter

The government has indicated it will introduce a ‘religious freedom’ bill at the beginning of July. There are grave concerns about this (and so should you) because Labor are now looking to support it in the wake of their election loss. Some sections of the LGBTI community are also talking about a possible ‘compromise’ – but there can be no compromises on equality. Either we are equal, or we are not. I have signed: will you?


“Religious Freedom” in Ohio

Property and services… must be available to all

The Business of Exemptions

A submission to the Ruddock inquiry into religious freedom by Walter Lee.  You have until Valentines Day Feb 14 to make your submission: for more details see http://thestirrer.com.au/how-to-write-a-submission-to-the-ruddock-review/ You have probably…

Let’s call ‘religious exemptions’ what they really are: extraordinary unjustified privileges.

Call me naive, if you like, but pretty well everyone can agree that the world works best when everyone is working to the same agreed set of rules. That, surely,…

My Gay Agenda – Brian Greig

Why are there no full page adverts in the queer press shouting, “Stop Labor’s Anti-Homosexual Laws?” GLBTI lobby groups have been muted. Rainbow Labor is silent. Where are the placards, the petitions, the marches and protests?


So What That You’re Offended?

Miles Heffernan argues that winning judgements in courts doesn’t win over the hearts and minds of our opponents.


Freshly Doug Wednesday

Senate ally downed, Nepal goes gender-neutral, Russia thinks again, LGBTI, sport & schools.

AIDS Councils silent on discrimination law reform

Is it time to defund the AIDS councils and give the money to useful people?

Freshly Doug Wednesday

Gareth takes his “Tatts on Ice”;Dolly gets death threats;Cheyenne goes gay;send a letter to Senate.