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March 15, 2018

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Ex-Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams says views on gay people led church to not tackle child abuse

‘Sexless, depressed, old, chubby dykes control the political narrative’ claim right-wing pundits

God Hates Fags church picketed a gay teen, but his entire school drowned them out

Ellen DeGeneres still remembers Elton John’s hurtful comments about her after she came out

Sex education

Schools should promote celibacy in sex ed, says the Church of England

Supermarket boss bans transgender employee from meeting customers

TAKENGON, INDONESIA: An Acehnese executor flogs a convicted woman in Takengon, in Indonesian central Aceh province, 19 August 2005 after an Islamic sharia court ordered four women to be flogged for petty gambling offences. The public lashing was the second since the Indonesian government allowed the western province to implement religious law as part of broader autonomy granted in 2001 to curb a separatist Islamist insurgency. AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)

Indonesian province where LGBTQ+ people face rife persecution wants to introduce beheadings

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 30: (L-R) Sydney couple, Faycal Dow, aged 38, daughter Myla Dow, aged 2 months, and Hunter Dow, aged 44, pose during a portrait session on May 30, 2015 in Sydney, Australia. Faycal and Hunter were legally married in France last year and had their first child Myla this year and are supporters of same-sex marriage. " For the sake of our daughter more than anything, it is important that our marriage is recognised as valid in Australia, the country we live in and hope to bring our beautiful daughter up in", said Hunter. The marriage equality debate in Australia has reignited on the back of Ireland's referendum legalising same-sex marriage last week. Recent polls suggest public support for gay marriage in Australia is at an all-time high of 72%. (Photo by Don Arnold/Getty Images)

Same-sex adoption is now legal everywhere in Australia

Trans teenager penned a heartbreaking letter before killing herself

Is James Franco gay? All your questions answered

Anti-trans activists hit out at ‘parasitic’ trans people at event in Parliament

Green Man festival will reveal what makes people gay as part of 2018’s line up

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