A forthcoming documentary about LGBTI human rights is already making waves with an extraordinary promo video.
A 25,000-signature campaign to close a legal loophole which allows people accused of murder in Queensland to defend themselves by claiming ‘gay panic’ appears to have been successful, with the state's government now saying it'll take action to amend the law.
Queensland priest Father Paul Kelly, who has gathered more than 22,000 supporters for his online campaign to close a legal loophole that allows people accused of murder to defend themselves by claiming 'gay panic', will tonight tell his story on Ten's The Project.
"It was very confronting, very hard and yes, very emotional. There wasn’t a dry eye in the crowd – it was pretty tough."
In the weekend it first went online, Get Up!'s beautiful new marriage equality video was viewed over 1,000,000 times on YouTube.
Sian and Luci chose each other, over all others, for the rest of their lives. Blessed by their Reverend, the sailor and banker declared their lifelong commitment in the presence of friends and family at Sydney's HMAS Penguin Navy Base.
An inspiring video promotion to raise money for an upcoming LGBT documentary has prompted a strong reaction and has rapidly gathered the dollars it aimed for.
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