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Lecturer in Gender Studies at University of the Sunshine Coast On Sunday, So You Think You Can Dance Australia returned to Channel Ten, promising spectacular performances from male and female dancers around the country. And yet, in the non-TV world,
Youth The Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre has partnered with the University of Western Australia and Twenty10 to release a study entitled Growing Up Queer: Issues Facing Young Australians Who Are Gender Variant and Sexuality Diverse'. The
T-Pain is the latest urban artist to speak out on the topic, recently doing so in a sit-down interview with VladTV. Though a number of rappers have come forward with preaching acceptance, Pain says homophobia in urban music circles is still a big
The young man cried out as he was being whipped on the courtroom bench. The bailiff's leather whip struck him 20 times, and when it was over, the man's side and back were covered with bruises. Still, the large crowd outside was disappointed, the
Breaking News Hungarian Jewish threatens boycott of official Holocaust events Hungary's main Jewish group voted on Sunday to boycott official Holocaust commemorations this year unless they more clearly show the role of local citizens in the Nazi
The phrase "gay icon" gets tossed around a lot, but why is it that some figures amass more of a gay audience? Welcome to Gay Iconography, a feature where we present a proposed iconic figure or character and then ask you to weigh in with your thoughts.
TDs reveal homophobia pain TWO openly gay Coalition TDs have spoken out about being victims of homophobia. Data Protection Commissioner after it emerged An Post is making people reveal the contents of their bank accounts just to pay their TV licence.
Last night, the U.K.'s Channel 4 aired Hunted , a wide-ranging documentary about homophobia in Russia. Its biggest coup was achieving access to the inner workings of Occupy Pedophilia, the largest vigilante group responsible for the hunting down of,
File photo Norway 's most high-profile gay politician said he plans to bring his husband to the Paralympics despite the controversy over gay rights in Russia. Health Minister Bent Hoie said Monday he would bring husband Dag Terje Solvang, a senior
Barely a quarter of Premier League and Football League clubs have joined a new anti-homophobia campaign which is seeking to drive one of the most stubborn forms of discrimination out of the game. Though Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea,