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Opinion: The Religious Discrimination Bill is Worse Than You’ve Heard

Opinion: The Religious Discrimination Bill is Worse Than You’ve Heard

OPINION: Alastair Lawrie, Senior Policy Officer, Public Interest Advocacy Centre Anti-discrimination laws have an increasingly important role to play in our modern, pluralistic society. They support the ability of people to get on with their lives, free from the threat of mistreatment in employment, education and the delivery of goods and services. They underpin our […]

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Rugby Australia joins forces with LGBTIQ+ clubs around the country

Rugby Australia joins forces with LGBTIQ+ clubs around the country

Rugby Australia have joined forces with four of the nation’s LGBTIQ+ rugby clubs in an effort to improve inclusivity in the game. Perth Rams, Melbourne Chargers, Brisbane Hustlers and Sydney Convicts signed a Memorandum of Understanding, along with International Gay Rugby (IGR) and the peak body after last weekend’s Purchas Cup. The MOU leads the […]

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Talking Generations: GRAI host community conversation about gender

Talking Generations: GRAI host community conversation about gender

GRAI, Perth’s community group for LGBTI+ elders, are hosting an intergenerational event which provides a unique opportunity to build community connections. Talking Generations, LGBTI Intergenerational Cafe: Understanding the Gender Revolution is the fourth in GRAI’s popular intergenerational cafes – a unique forum for rich, all-ages conversations in our LGBTI community. This year the event will […]

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Religious Discrimination Bill could encourage LGBTIQ+ ‘conversion therapy’

Religious Discrimination Bill could encourage LGBTIQ+ ‘conversion therapy’

The federal government’s proposed Religious Discrimination Bill will allow anti-LGBTIQ+ church groups to promote “conversion therapy.” A special provision in the draft legislation that protects “statements of belief” (section 41.1.c) would allow the Attorney General to override future state laws prohibiting the promotion of the harmful and discredited practices. Sections 15 and 16 of the […]

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Review | Troye Sivan struts his stuff in homecoming show

Review | Troye Sivan struts his stuff in homecoming show

Troye Sivan | HBF Stadium | 16th September | ★ ★ ★ ★   Troye Sivan received an enthusiastic welcome from fans as he returned home to perform his biggest ever Perth show. Younger brother Tyde Levi greeted the crowd with a set of his own tunes. Last time Perth saw Levi in the support slot he was […]

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There will be no news during the strike for climate action

There will be no news during the strike for climate action

Speirins Media and OUTinPerth will be showing our support for global action against climate change on Friday 20th September. We will be joining the students, community groups and supporters who are calling on governments around the world to take greater and immediate action on climate change. We will be joining the Arts and Cultural Workers […]

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