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When the inner west meets Wollongong

When the inner west meets Wollongong

By Olivia Wilsonova 27th May, 2016

When you normally go out in Sydney's inner west, heading somewhere like Wollongong for a Saturday night can feel like venturing out into the badlands...

Victoria's Premier: 7

Victoria's Premier: "It's never too late to say sorry - and mean it"

By Premier Daniel Andrews 25th May, 2016

"To our knowledge, no jurisdiction in the world has ever offered a full and formal apology for laws like these. So please, let these words rest forever in our records."

I'm in love with my best friend. How do I get over him?15

I'm in love with my best friend. How do I get over him?

By Benjamin . 24th May, 2016

"I have a dilemma. I was wondering if I could maybe ask you for some advice, as I'm really beginning to struggle with my situation."

How kinksters find heaven at The Hellfire Club

How kinksters find heaven at The Hellfire Club

By Glen Moret 23rd May, 2016

What's your kink? Now held at the Midnight Shift on Oxford Street, The Hellfire Club is a long-running fetish gathering which attracts a diverse range of pleasure-seekers each month.

Communication breakdown?

Communication breakdown?

By Gerry North 21st May, 2016

The love underneath is still felt, but a distance has been created where there seems little to say to each other and a sense of boredom has crept in. There are many causes of this, and many ways to help address it.

It's time to strengthen our anti-discrimination laws3

It's time to strengthen our anti-discrimination laws

By Senator Robert Simms 19th May, 2016

"We shouldn’t be giving religious organisations a get-out-of-jail-free card and the right to discriminate," says Greens Senator Robert Simms.

From one gay Aboriginal to another10

From one gay Aboriginal to another

By Tim Blackman 19th May, 2016

"It really does come as a shock to see a Liberal Party candidate who shares my double minority identity as a gay, Aboriginal Australian."

Things I've learned from dating4

Things I've learned from dating

By Kirsty Webeck 18th May, 2016

"It’s a cliché, but clichés exist for a reason - ‘if you don’t love yourself, how can you love someone else?’"

What IDAHOT means to me

What IDAHOT means to me

By Brandon Cook 17th May, 2016

"Let’s stand together in solidarity, and help build a better world for our young people. Let’s stand tall, proud and strong."

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"If it's so wrong, why does it feel so right?"

By Matt Akersten 16th May, 2016

A Melbourne couple's cheeky kiss photo from their trip to New Orleans has proven very popular on Facebook - and the story behind it is just lovely.

The queer power of Eurovision!

The queer power of Eurovision!

By Alexander Lowë 14th May, 2016

Eurovision has always had a potent gay following, and has in recent years included some extraordinary queer talent.

Here's Australia's top three Leathermen!

Here's Australia's top three Leathermen!

By Dean Arcuri 13th May, 2016

This year Australia has three keen community-minded Leathermen who are heading to the US to compete for the coveted International Mr Leather contest.

On the fly with Pam Ann!

On the fly with Pam Ann!

By Ian Horner 12th May, 2016

She's back for her 20th anniversary show! On the line to Same Same from New York, we asked the million-dollar question: what airline will you fly back home on?

12 extraordinary queer stories at 2016's Sydney Film Festival1

12 extraordinary queer stories at 2016's Sydney Film Festival

By Glenn Dunks 11th May, 2016

The nights are longer and the weather is colder, so what better time to get inside where it’s warm and watch a few movies?

Irish 'YES' campaigner Tiernan Brady: 1

Irish 'YES' campaigner Tiernan Brady: "We're here to win this whatever happens"

By Matt Akersten 10th May, 2016

"We're selling happiness, love and respect. There's no reason why we can't convince everyone that marriage equality means and same fairness and dignity for all Australians."

Support for Safe Schools is growing!

Support for Safe Schools is growing!

By William Brougham 9th May, 2016

Support for Australia's Safe Schools program is gathering pace since plans to gut the anti-bullying initiative and cut its funding were announced by the Federal Turnbull government in March.

Rainbow families release 7

Rainbow families release "staying healthy" plebiscite guide

By Matt Akersten 9th May, 2016

"The fact that there have already been calls for anti-discrimination laws to be suspended during the campaign tells us just how ugly the debate is likely to become."