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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.

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.

LGBTQ Teenagers Are Creating New Online Subcultures To Combat Oppression

The YouTuber Harry Brewis has shone a light on how LGBTQ young people are breaking new political ground on the internet by carving out space for them marginalised voices.

How Being A Gay Man Or Lesbian Impacts On Your Earning Power

In the extensively-studied area of how different demographic groups fare in the labour market, the size of the gender pay gap and its causes has tended to dominate.

Out Of The Closet: Easing The Backlash Against Same-Sex Couples In Advertising

For a long time, companies hesitated to feature LGBTQ couples in their advertising as they feared upsetting a large segment of consumers. To avoid such backlash, brands resorted to running what’s known as gay-vague advertising, which takes a more covert approach. These advertisements feature LGBTQ-related images that can be understood differently by distinct consumer segments.

LGBTIQ Community Lay Cornerstone Of Pride 50 Years On From Stonewall

Melbourne, Australia, 28th June 2019 - The Victorian Pride Centre has cemented LGBTIQ pride in Australia, laying the cornerstone of South-East Asia’s first Pride Centre.The architecturally iconic Pride Centre will be a vibrant community hub and a beacon of hope and inclusion to all Australian’s and beyond.

Surry Hills Lawn Tribute To Historic Marriage Equality Vote

The Surry Hills lawn where 30,000 people gathered to hear the results of Australia’s marriage equality postal survey in November 2017 could soon be named Equality Green. The City of Sydney council has approved naming the central lawn in Prince Alfred Park ‘Equality Green’ as a permanent reminder of this significant event in Australian history.

Botswana Court Ruling As A Ray Of Hope For LGBT People Across Africa

Botswana’s High Court has ruled that private consensual sex between adults of the same sex is no longer criminal. The decision gives hope to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in African countries that still have similar laws in place.

How LGBTQ People Are Resisting Bolsonaro’s Brazil Through Art

The Ministry of Women, Family and Human Rights has chosen to remove the legal protection status of LGBTQ people. Some politicians are now pushing for a ban on talking about gender diversity and sexual orientation in schools.

Homophobic Language Rife In Ice Hockey

Homophobic and sexist language is rife across the Australia’s professional ice hockey community, with nearly three-quarters of players admitting to using derogatory slurs on the rink, new research by Monash University in Australia shows.

Woman Dies After A Fatal Balcony Fall

On Monday night Shuyu Zhou was found dead on the footpath in front of the building where she had lived with her ex-partner Zixi Wang.

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