“Trans rights are human rights” hundreds of people chanted as they raised their voices against bigotry. Peter Boyle reports.
Green Left journalist's Isaac Nellist and Leo Earle go through the latest news from Australia and around the world.
A powerful and defiant Trans Visibility Day action was organised in Newtown after weeks of escalating vilification violence against the trans and gay community from right-wing groups. Peter Boyle and Isaac Nellist report.
There was a good turn-out for the annual Geelong Pride March and Festival, organised by Geelong Rainbow. Sarah Hathway reports.
World Pride showcased how accepted the LGBTIQ community really is. However, rights still need to be legislated, argues Rachel Evans.
Counterprotests have been organised against transphobic agitator Kellie-Jay Keen, who wants her tour of Australia to be a galvanising force for the small far-right and trans-exclusionary movement. Nova Sobieralski reports.
Under pressure from transgender activists and allies, nearly all states have adopted progressive gender recognition laws. But, as Nova Sobieralski reports, more needs to be done.
There is a stigma associated with detransitioning, when someone takes a step to halt or reverse one or all aspects of their transition. Adelaide discusses their experience.
A screening of the award-winning film Riot was held to celebrate the 44th anniversary of the 1978 Mardi Gras. Rachel Evans reports.
The latest episode of the Green Left Show focuses on trans rights, and features Charlie Murphy and Nova Sobieralski.
Activists marched in Sydney for LGBTIQ rights and to mark 44 years since the first Mardi Gras protest, reports Hamish Jonathan.
Hundreds of people rallied for LGBTIQ rights calling on the Labor government not to bring back a version of the Coalition’s religious discrimination bill. Alex Bainbridge reports.
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