Most Popular Posts

These are the most-read articles I have published on this blog, as at 9 January 2021:

  1. In search of the elusive gay or bisexual male tennis player
  1. I Stand With Trans Kids, and Against Mark Latham

About the One Nation Education Legislation Amendment (Parental Rights) Bill 2020 in NSW, which is the worst legislative attack on LGBTI rights, and especially the rights of trans and gender diverse children, in Australia this century.

  1. The ‘Bad Faith’ Religious Discrimination Bill Must Be Blocked

Explaining the threat posed by the Commonwealth Government’s proposed Religious Discrimination Bill, including the fact it would undermine the rights of women, LGBTI people, single parents, divorced people and those in de facto relationships, people with disability and even people of minority faiths.

  1. A Quick Guide to Australian LGBTI Anti-Discrimination Laws
  1. A Potential Warning to LGBTI Tourists to Australia

Outlining what the Religious Discrimination Bill could mean for ‘rainbow tourism’.

  1. Not so fast. Dean Smith’s Marriage Bill is deeply flawed

Highlighting the reasons why the Marriage Amendment (Definition and Religious Freedoms) Act 2017 did not deliver marriage equality.

  1. 12 LGBTI Athletes I Admire Most
  1. 28 Reasons for Vote Yes on Marriage Equality
  1. The longest five years

Chronicling my experiences at a homophobic religious boarding school in Queensland in the early 1990s.

  1. The Internal Contradiction of the Morrison Government’s Religious Discrimination Bill
  1. No, We Don’t Have Marriage Equality Yet
  1. Coronavirus and the Religious Discrimination Bill
  1. Scott Morrison is Unfit to be Prime Minister
  1. Liberals Claiming Credit for Marriage Equality Can Get in the Bin
  1. The Marriage Amendment (Same-Sex Marriage) Bill is Unacceptable
  1. How Dare You

Arguing against proposals by Liberal/National MPs and Senators to add more discrimination to Dean Smith’s already-flawed Bill, even after the postal survey.

  1. 7 Better Ways to Spend $158.4 million

About the wastefulness of the proposed marriage equality plebiscite.

  1. Bill Shorten, It’s time to honour your commitment on marriage equality

Asking the then-Opposition Leader to vote against any amendments that didn’t deliver genuine marriage equality.

  1. It’s Not Over Yet

Written before the final week of the parliamentary debate on LGBTI marriage legislation in Australia.

  1. Dear Joe Hockey, $245 million for School Chaplains? You Cannot be Serious
  1. Why we should say ‘I don’t’ to religious exceptions for civil celebrants

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