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We need to invest in LGBTI people

We need to invest in LGBTI people

By Conrad Liveris 30th Oct, 2014

"By not walking the talk on LGBTI equality and rights, businesses aren't just being unethical, they are doing the wrong thing by their shareholders."

I pray that religious chaplains don't come to all our schools7

I pray that religious chaplains don't come to all our schools

By Rin McArdle 29th Oct, 2014

"When I questioned the pastor about what his strategy might be if a young person came to him struggling with sexuality, he stated: 'brokenness obviously is something we deal with, personal brokenness and personal struggles and things like that.'"

Being gay, older and happy1

Being gay, older and happy

By Gerry North 28th Oct, 2014

When young, you hear these words with disbelief from older gays: “You too will get old one day." Sure enough, time catches up with us all eventually.

Queer teens are missing the sex education they need3

Queer teens are missing the sex education they need

By Melissa Leedham 23rd Oct, 2014

Imagine if all the most important information disappeared and sexual health became such a taboo subject that people had to actually search insanely hard to find what they need to know. Well, this is exactly what it's like for teenagers that identify as LGBTI.

Don't get angry, get educating

Don't get angry, get educating

By Conrad Liveris 22nd Oct, 2014

"Outrage can grow quickly, but our responsibility is to educate ourselves and shed light on the issues facing our peers."

Vale Gough Whitlam1

Vale Gough Whitlam

By John Cahill 21st Oct, 2014

"He wanted Australia to be a true nation of equals, not a pretend one. And this included the gay community."

What I wish I’d known before coming out2

What I wish I’d known before coming out

By Karen Bywater 21st Oct, 2014

"To my 18-year-old self: you are far from alone. You are surrounded."

Instagrammer shows his transition with testosterone3

Instagrammer shows his transition with testosterone

By Alex Taylor 20th Oct, 2014

"It's really amazing how taking Testosterone can change you so much within a matter of a few weeks and months."

How 'drag therapy' helps Marcus cope with mental illness1

How 'drag therapy' helps Marcus cope with mental illness

By Dean Arcuri 16th Oct, 2014

Marcus shares his story about how transforming into Meg helps him tackle his agoraphobia and reenter the world.

Angela & Sophie's gorgeous Kiwi wedding3

Angela & Sophie's gorgeous Kiwi wedding

By Matt Akersten 15th Oct, 2014

"When New Zealand passed their law, I thought 'right, that's close enough to home, and I don't really want to keep waiting."

Being single can be a tough gig22

Being single can be a tough gig

By Gerry North 14th Oct, 2014

"Hang in there. There is someone out there who wants what you want, trust me."

WATCH: Laura Jane Grace's amazing story in True Trans

WATCH: Laura Jane Grace's amazing story in True Trans

By Heidi Maier 13th Oct, 2014

"I felt lost and at times like I couldn’t survive. It took until I was 31 to publicly come out as a transgender woman. Nothing has been the same since."

United we must object to transgender vilification in media8

United we must object to transgender vilification in media

By Katherine Wolfgramme 12th Oct, 2014

"We are not monsters, sexual freaks and porn stars - we are human beings, we have a gender and you must respect us."

2014’s the year of the booty4

2014’s the year of the booty

By Little Gay Blog 11th Oct, 2014

"There's a good chance that when we look back on popular culture in 2014, it will be remembered as the year the derriere went mainstream."

Struggling? Give QLife a call

Struggling? Give QLife a call

By Matt Akersten 9th Oct, 2014

Don’t think you’re alone - you’re not. A helpful conversation isn’t far away.

How fused is your relationship?1

How fused is your relationship?

By Gerry North 8th Oct, 2014

"When this couple first met they were separate individuals, but over time they have blended into one identity."

Seeking help is not a sign of weakness4

Seeking help is not a sign of weakness

By Megan Luscombe 7th Oct, 2014

"It's a great feeling to know that someone else has or is experiencing what you are; it makes us feel less isolated, less scared and at times, less crazy."