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Sydney’s Jewish community targeted with Nazi graffiti

Sydney’s Jewish community targeted with Nazi graffiti

Nazi graffiti has been sprayed on a home in Sydney’s suburbs in an attack on the Jewish community’s holiest day of the year. The home was sprayed with references to the LGBTIUQA+ community, swastikas, and cryptic messages. Last year display of Nazi symbols was made illegal in New South Wales and police are now ionvestigating. […]

Judge rules Texas drag ban is unconstitutional as it limits free speech

Judge rules Texas drag ban is unconstitutional as it limits free speech

A judge in Texas has overturned the laws which many feared would have made drag performances in public illegal and see performers face prison terms for breaking the law. Republican Governor signed the legislation back in June which expanded the state’s existing laws about children being exposed to sexually provocative materials. While the bill does […]

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UK electoral commission rejects Kellie-Jay Keen’s political party

UK electoral commission rejects Kellie-Jay Keen’s political party

The United Kingdom’s electoral commission has knocked back Kellie-Jay Keen’s application to form a new political party called┬áParty of Women. The anti-transgender campaigner, who is known online as Posie Parker, announced her plan to create her own political party for women shortly after she returned to the UK from her failed tour of New Zealand […]

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Deeming launches fundraiser for legal action against former colleagues

Deeming launches fundraiser for legal action against former colleagues

Expelled Liberal MP Moira Deeming has launched a crowd-funding campaign to help her pay for her legal action against her former colleagues. Deeming was ousted from the Victorian parliamentary Liberal Party after she attended a Let Women Speak event in May. The event was hosted by British anti-transgender campaigner Kelly Jay Keen. The Melbourne rally […]

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Raymond Keam murderer labelled “soulless monster” in court

Raymond Keam murderer labelled “soulless monster” in court

A Sydney court has found 77-year-old Bruce Early guilty of the 1987 murder of Raymond Keam (pictured). Kean, who was 43 at the time of his death, was found in Alison Park in Randwick in January of 1987. Police allege his murder was a gay-hate crime based on a false perception of his sexual orientation. […]

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Equality Tasmania seeks assurances on conversion therapy ban

Equality Tasmania seeks assurances on conversion therapy ban

Equality Tasmania is seeking assurances from the Rockliff Liberal government that they will remain committed to bringing in a ban on conversion therapy after the shock resignation of Attorney General Elise Archer. Equality Tasmania wants an assurance from Premier Jeremy Rockliff and acting Attorney-General, Michael Ferguson, that a ban on conversion practices will still be […]

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Nicolle Flint’s bizarre rant against drag performer at YES launch

Nicolle Flint’s bizarre rant against drag performer at YES launch

Former Liberal MP Nicolle Flint has questioned why the YES campaign for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament used a drag performer at an event in London, but she offered a bizarre theory linking it to a law change from a decade ago. The YES campaign held an event in London encouraging Australian expats to vote […]

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Alison Xamon is running to be the Mayor of Vincent

Alison Xamon is running to be the Mayor of Vincent

Western Australia’s local government elections will take place on Saturday 21st October. Alison Xamon is running to be the next Mayor of Vincent following the announcement that the current mayor Emma Coles will be stepping down from the role. Xamon served in the state parliament as a member for the Greens from 2008 until 2013 […]

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Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews announces resignation

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews announces resignation

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has resigned after nine years in the leadership role. The Premier made the shock announcement on Tuesday saying his last day on the job would be the today. He will also be leaving parliament immediately causing a by-election in his seat of Mulgrave. Fronting the media Andrews said it had been […]

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Drag Story Time event moved after bomb threat

Drag Story Time event moved after bomb threat

Bomb threat to Brooklyn Drag Storytime event A Drag Story Time event in Brooklyn was forced to move after the library it was being held in received a bomb threat. Police have confirmed that the Cortelyou branch of Brooklyn Public Library received the threat via email on Saturday morning and it was called in to […]

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