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#Same-Sex Marriage

Gary Nunn

Gary Nunn

While Pell Faces Jail His Cousin Is Packing Her Bags

5 min read

Monica Hingston, 78, just won in the Faith category at the Australian LGBTI awards. She flew from Melbourne to Sydney for the ceremony, along with nine friends and family members.

World

World

France Has Banned The Words 'Mother' And 'Father' On Official School Forms

2 min read

The seemingly innocent words have been banned on school documents nationwide and replaced with "parent 1" and "parent 2".

Gary Nunn

Gary Nunn

This Is The Most Romantic Story You'll Hear For Valentine's Day

4 min read

If the old adage is true that a picture paints a thousand words, then this picture paints 50,000.

World

World

Teacher Breaks Down When His Students Surprise Him Just Before His Wedding

1 min read

A teacher from Massachusetts in the US received a very special surprise from his students just before his wedding. 

Politics

Politics

'We All Knew': Marriage Postal Survey 'Traumatic' For LGBTQ Community, Study Finds

4 min read

The 2017 marriage equality campaign led to widespread depression, anxiety and psychological distress among lesbian, gay and bisexual Australians, a landmark study has reported.

Love

Love

Major US Bridal Chain Features A Same-Sex Couple For The First Time In Its Ads

1 min read

In an extremely promising sign of the times, David's Bridal featured two women tying-the-knot in a new campaign.

World

World

Same-Sex Couple Re-Enacts Historic WWII Photo, Hits Back At Critics

1 min read

When sailor Bryan Woodington returned home, all he wanted to was to see his husband.

Politics

Politics

Bittersweet Memories A Year After The Marriage Equality Vote

5 min read

It's been 12 months since it was announced that marriage equality would become law, with politicians and LGBTQ Australians sharing their memories -- good and bad -- of the vote process and the year since.

Brekky Wrap

Brekky Wrap

One Year Since 'Yes' Vote And Morrison At ASEAN

4 min read

All the news you need to know this Thursday.

Anna Brown

Anna Brown

The YES Vote Was Just The Start Of Something Much Bigger And Better

5 min read

We are one year on from the first and probably only time in Australian history that an Australian Bureau of Statistics data release stopped a nation.

National

National

Morrison Will Change Laws To Protect LGBTQI Students From Expulsion

1 min read

The government does not support the expulsion of gay students from religious non-state schools, the PM made clear.

National

National

First Same-Sex Church Weddings To Take Place In Australia

3 min read

It's been more than ten months since same-sex marriage became legal in Australia, and as of Friday, the country's first church opened it's heavy-oak doors to these weddings.

Politics

Politics

Huge Win For Transgender People Facing "Cruel" Choice

3 min read

But there's still work to be done to remove transgender discrimination in both the state and across the country.