Well, another week, another shot to the national solar plexus. This week, the UK tried to move past Theresa May and the federales raided aunty’s drawer. Hooray.
Social Services Minister Dan Tehan has called for a Religious Discrimination Act, but there are many reasons to be wary of such a move.
Yesterday, the government rebadged Safe Schools, the key issue now being “tolerance”. Unfortunately, there’s an astronomical difference between “tolerance” and “acceptance”.
Yesterday, Jerry Lewis shot back into relevance with his outstanding hate for an interview he was giving, which got us thinking…has that been topped?
This week, the Pope has called for a modern church (but not for all), David Cameron faces an inquiry and Bruce Springsteen stands up for equality.
Trump’s ability to yell his way to the White House is juxtaposed with the increased silencing of the US transgender community in this week’s Long Reads – Richard Jackson
Ivana Brehas presents her Top Five Queer cinematic gems in celebration of yesterday’s #IDAHOT (International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia).
In the aftermath of last week’s Mardi Gras celebration, Ugur Nedim details recent “pinkwashing” protests on GAYTMs across Australia and New Zealand.
Brandon Biddle says transprejudice isn’t pretty, so why are we all so keen to laugh at Bruce Jenner’s badly photoshopped “exclusive pictures”?