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LGBTI activist arrested in Poland over religious rainbow images

LGBTI activist arrested in Poland over religious rainbow images

A 51-year-old woman has been arrested in Poland after distributing images of Our Lady of Czestochowa (Virgin Mary), edited to include the rainbow colours of the LGBTI+ flag. Police entered Elzbieta Podlesna’s Warsaw apartment on Monday morning, reportedly finding several copies of the image. Prosecutors ordered the raid on the apartment after finding the image […]

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Callout for partnered PrEP users to assist in relationship study

Callout for partnered PrEP users to assist in relationship study

A research project covering relationships and HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is seeking participants who are willing to take part in an upcoming round of interviews in Perth. The Re:PrEP Study is seeking men who use PrEP and who have primary partners (boyfriend, partner or husband) to take part an in interview about their relationships and […]

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Pride Cup secures future funding for LGBTI+ inclusion in AFL

Pride Cup secures future funding for LGBTI+ inclusion in AFL

One of Australia’s largest LGBTI+ sport inclusion initiatives has secured funding until 2021 with NAB. Star Observer have reported that Pride Cup Australia have extended their partnership with the bank, allowing the event to reach their goal of celebrating LGBTI+ people in AFL across 120 clubs. Pride Cup began as a gesture of solidarity, when […]

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Electric Dreams: ART BALL returns to light up AGWA

Electric Dreams: ART BALL returns to light up AGWA

ART BALL returns to the Art Gallery of Western Australia (AGWA) this month, celebrating four years of ART BALL and 40 years of AGWA’s main building with an unmissable birthday party. This year’s theme – Electric Dreams – promises to illuminate the senses with immersive activations, interactive installations and a spectrum of electrifying performances from […]

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Let the sun shine in! ‘HAIR’ is coming to His Majesty’s Theatre

Let the sun shine in! ‘HAIR’ is coming to His Majesty’s Theatre

A brand new Australian production of the much-loved and revolutionary rock musical HAIR is touring Australia this August and September. Set in the 60s, the musical explores a time when people were losing faith in the establishment under the shadow of the Vietnam War. The classic musical celebrates 60s counterculture in all its barefoot, long-haired, radical glory […]

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Review | ‘Acute Misfortune’ is an artist biopic with a difference

Review | ‘Acute Misfortune’ is an artist biopic with a difference

Acute Misfortune | Luna Leederville | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½  Acute Misfortune is a biopic with a difference. The subject is Australian artist Adam Cullen who won the top portraiture Archibald Prize for a portrait of David Wenham. Dying at the age of 46, the uncompromising film is based on the last four years of […]

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Kerryn Phelps targeted in new round of racist election emails

Kerryn Phelps targeted in new round of racist election emails

A new round of emails have emerged targeting the NSW electorate of Wentworth in the federal election have emerged, containing false claims about sitting independent member Dr Kerryn Phelps. The emails sighted by OUTinPerth contain misinformation about Phelps being ineligible to sit in parliament, urging voters to choose Liberal candidate Dave Sharma instead. The text […]

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Bibliophile | Nick Trout embraces life in ‘The Wonder of Lost Causes’

The Wonder of Lost Causes by Nick Trout Allen & Unwin Veterinarian Dr Kate Blunt is an overworked single mother who runs an animal shelter. After the short relationship with a fellow vet student who didn’t want any part of their baby’s life, Kate accepted her role as sole-caregiver, but life is not easy as […]

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Yiannopoulos and more banned from Facebook for ‘promoting hate’

Yiannopoulos and more banned from Facebook for ‘promoting hate’

Facebook has removed a number of high profile far-right figures and organisations from the social media platform permanently. Those banned today include former Breitbart columnist Milo Yiannopoulos, conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and his platform Infowars, Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, and anti-Islam campaigner Laura Loomer. “We’ve always banned individuals or organisations that promote or engage in […]

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Pride WA to announce new benefits with membership drive this weekend

Pride WA to announce new benefits with membership drive this weekend

Pride WA are hosting a membership launch at Connections Nightclub this weekend, offering the community an opportunity to sign up or renew memberships and support our local Pride organisation. Attendees who sign up on the night or during the month of May will go into the draw for a VIP Parade experience, with invites to […]

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