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Monday 08 November 2010


 NSW: Adoption Reform Victory!
Posted in: Comment  10th September 2010
New South Wales has become the third Australian state and fourth jurisdiction in that country to enact inclusive adoption reform.


 Bob Katter’s Deathly Embrace and the Aus Liberals
Posted in: Blogger Zone, Politics and Religion  8th September 2010
"There seems to be pessimism about the long-term survival prospects of the Gillard administration in the current electoral context. It’s difficult to see why that should be the case."


 The Australian Christian Right Versus Adoption Reform: The "Research" (Sic)
Posted in: Politics and Religion  6th September 2010
The Australian Christian right has plenty to say about same-sex parenting in light of moves to allow adoption in New South Wales. Craig Young investigates exactly what the groups have to say.


 NSW: Australian Christian Right vs. Adoption Reform
Posted in: Comment  2nd September 2010
Predictably, the Australian Christian Right is attacking Independent NSW State MP Clover Moores' inclusive adoption reform bill. Who are the main culprits and what are they doing?


 "Exgay" movement in decline?
Posted in: Features  30th August 2010
It seems that the so-called 'exgay' movement is in global decline. One case in point is the Charities Commission and its decision to rescind the charitable status of "Exodus Ministries".


 Analysis: Australia - Land of Confusion?
Posted in: Comment  30th August 2010
Why does the current Australian political landscape seem to resemble the soundtrack of the eighties Genesis classic, "Land of Confusion?"


 Matrimony and its discontents
Posted in: Comment  23rd August 2010
While we campaign for same-sex marriage and relationship equality, it's important to bear in mind that this institution has a problematic past, writes Craig Young.


 A victory, of sorts, for same-sex marriage?
Posted in: Features  23rd August 2010
Australian marriage equality advocates are hopeful that the hung election will move the nation "a huge step closer" to allowing same-sex marriages.


 Backgrounder: The Australian Greens
Posted in: Comment  16th August 2010
As part of our ongoing coverage of the Australian Federal election, Craig Young takes a closer look at the Australian Green Party.


 A Brief Guide to the Australian Christian Right
Posted in: Blogger Zone, Politics and Religion  11th August 2010
As the Federal election looms, our politics and religion commentator Craig Young offers a guide to the Australia's Christian right groups who are opposing gay marriage at every turn.


 Looking Elsewhere?
Posted in: Comment  9th August 2010
"It's difficult for most LGBT international political observers to summon any enthusiasm for Australian federal election coverage."


 Proposition 8: the reactions
Posted in: Features  6th August 2010
"This just in, equality won!" from Ellen DeGeneres and Adam Lambert's "We're gonna throw glitter on this barn tonight!!!" are just some of many responses to the 'strike-down' of Proposition 8.


 Proposition 8 Overturned: California
Posted in: Comment, Features  5th August 2010
"California now seems to be back in the Western Hemisphere progressive mainstream, after a US federal judge overturned Proposition 8, a statewide same-sex marriage ban.


 Blips?
Posted in: Comment  2nd August 2010
Microparties are one of the side-effects of MMP as an electoral system, due to one of its quirks. So, what about their fate in the New Zealand context?


 Chris Carter: Your views
Posted in: Comment, Features  1st August 2010
GayNZ.com polled people out and about in Auckland on Saturday night about what they think of Chris Carter's actions and what they believe he should do now.