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23 June 2012

  • 23rd June 2012

    Audio: Australian Salvation Army chief: ‘Gay people should be put to death’ 192

    Major Andrew Craibe

    6:54 PM — In a discussion for Australia's Joy 94.9 FM, a senior official in the Australian Salvation Army suggested that sexually active LGBT people should be put to death. The discussion between LGBT journalists Serena Ryan and Pete Dillon; and Major Andrew Craibe, the Salvation Army’s Territorial Media Relations Director for the Southern Territory in Victoria senior Salvation Army followed the singer Darren Hayes saying that the organisation should be boycotted because of its attitude to homosexuality.

  • Google celebrates 100th anniversary of gay war hero’s Alan Turing’s birth with Doodle 27

    Alan Turing would have been 100 today

    11:15 AM — Google has celebrated the 100th anniversary of the birth of Alan Turing, the gay mathematical genius and codebreaker who not only was the effective inventor of the computer but also a key driver behind the victory over the Nazis.

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