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“Looking Back Now, I Should’ve Called It Out Earlier.”

Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard talks to politician and former Deputy Leader of the Australian Labor Party, Tanya Plibersek, in the third episode of her new podcast series with the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership at King’s College London.

The Iconic IKEA Bag Is Overflowing With Pride

The KVANTING bag, in support of the LGBT+ community features six colourful stripes, the international symbol for LGBT+ pride is now available nation-wide at IKEA stores.

Submissions For Lesbians Incorporated Community Grants Round Two Are Open

Lesbians Incorporated (LInc) is committed to supporting lesbians and lesbian-friendly groups in Australia. LInc has established a community grants program to give out $10,000 in grants (up to $1000 per grant) per round.

How The Nazis Destroyed The First Gay Rights Movement

In the 1930s, the Depression spread economic anxiety. Fascist parties offered Europeans a choice of stability at the price of democracy. They said that expanding liberties gave “undesirable” people the liberty to undermine security and threaten traditional “moral” culture. LGBT people were an obvious target.

What LGBTQI+ Parents Want From Their Children’s Schools

School policies tend to focus on LGBTQI+ students, and to be concerned mainly with preventing and responding to bullying. Our research suggests that while LGBTQI+ parents and their children value such protection, they want more from schools.

LGBTQ Communities Uniting Against Breast Cancer On Show At Pop-Up Photography Exhibition

Our United Front: In Pictures is a photography exhibition that celebrates the strength and resilience of LGBTQ communities, and the importance of community support in facing issues together.

Making Trouble - Tongued With Fire

In the cold winter of 1875, two rebellious spirits travel from the pale sunlight of England to the raw heat of Australia. They were in love in a time when many women were in love with each other but held such love secretly, for fear of retribution.

Big City Gaybourhoods: Where They Come From And Why They Still Matter

In Sydney there are neighbourhoods (Darlinghurst and, more specifically, Oxford Street) that have, since at least the 1950s and often earlier, developed a reputation as queer spaces.

The Gay Games Are Still Relevant. Here’s Why

One of the aims of the Gay Games was to combat homophobia in sports. They have very inclusive policies and practices that provide a progressive model for mainstream sport to emulate.

Give Us Better Lesbians, Please, And Screens To Watch Them On

The 2015 Melbourne Queer Film Festival (MQFF) provides an ideal opportunity to reflect on what might have changed since the 1990s with regard to lesbian representation in cinema and to consider more broadly the role played by queer film festivals.

What Does It Mean To Be ‘Cisgender’

The term “cisgender” refers to people whose gender identity and expression matches the biological sex they were assigned when they were born.

The Myth Of The Ancient Greek ‘Gay Utopia’

The persistent dream of a “gay utopia” is one of the constants in gay and lesbian historical imaginings over the last 200 years.

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