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.
Alex Bainbridge reports more than 700 people attended a February 9 rally in Brisbane, called at two day's notice, to protest the Religious Discrimination Bill.
The Green Left Show features Charlie Murphy of Pride in Protest.
The Trans Day of Resistance was marked in Newtown with speakers addressing the ongoing struggle for rights by trans and gender diverse people. Pip Hinman reports.
Hundreds gathered at Sydney Town Hall to defend LGBTIQ rights, reports Isaac Nellist.
Transgender rights activists protested outside Randwick Council against its transphobic policy relating to the McIver’s Ladies Baths, writes Rachel Evans and Oscar Bray.
A rally against the proposed religious exemptions bill was held in Melbourne on August 31.
The bill would enshrine the right of religious institutions to discriminate against LGBTI people, among other attacks on civil and political rights.
While the transphobes in the federal Coalition government have not given up on pushing their anti-trans agenda, they face some stiff challenges, according Transgender Victoria spokesperson Sally Goldner.
Last year’s marriage equality postal survey caused a lot of pain for the LGBTI community. But Goldner told Green Left Weekly that the overwhelming Yes vote helped push the homophobes and transphobes back.
Walking down the street in Brazil wearing a badge that expresses your political ideas has never been as dangerous as it is today, writes Lucas Tiné.
Italy is going through important and agitated days, writes Daniele Fulvi, with the government coalition issuing two crucial decrees concerning immigration and economy.
“Stop police attacks on gays, women and blacks” shouts an iconic poster at the 2018 Museum of Love and Protest gallery exhibition.
It was the slogan that reverberated down Sydney’s Oxford Street 40 year’s ago as the original 1978 protest-parade marched through Darlinghurst, laughing, dancing and imploring others to come out of the closet and join the fight to repeal anti-homosexual laws.
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