The man who has been at the centre of controversy within the Anglican Church as their first gay Bishop is on his way to Australia. Here, Gene Robinson speaks with Rachel Cook about taking on one of the world’s largest institutions and why the Church almost always gets it wrong.
SBS’s Sam Pang and Julia Zemiro head to Malmö in Sweden to once again provide viewers with a unique Australian perspective on the campest show on television, the Eurovision Song Contest. By Reg Domingo.
Since stepping into the area of lesbian health awareness, the Lesbian Health Action Group (LHAG) has been doing a heap of good work. Queensland Pride talks to Sally Morris from Healthy Communities about all things lesbian.
Peter Catt is Dean of St John’s Cathedral in Brisbane. He’s also head of a Christian group that believes conservative religious voices have dominated socio-political debate in Australia for too long. He spoke with Andrew Shaw.
The 1980s Australian television drama series Prisoner broke ground for pushing boundaries and challenging conventions. Its 2013 reboot, Wentworth, looks set to continue this tradition and more, writes Nicky Bryson.
SYDNEY: With more queer people and rainbow families now residing in Marrickville and surrounds, the Council is moving to better engage with its LGBTIQ residents through a range of projects and initiatives.
Getting people tested more often is crucial in reducing HIV infections. With rapid HIV testing recently approved for a trial in Australia, experts are now pushing for the approval of home-based HIV testing.