cunnilingus pat robertson covid-19

One of America’s most influential religious figures, former presidential candidate Pat Robertson claims cunnilingus causes COVID-19. Pat Robertson avoided the word ‘cunnilingus’. It seems it was at the tip of his tongue but he couldn’t quite get his mouth around it. Ladies’ private parts “Some of these young uns are doing all kind of unnatural …

pink covid-19 diagnosis

Pink today revealed her positive COVID-19 diagnosis two weeks ago. The pop star wrote on Instagram that she and son Jameson underwent testing after experiencing symptoms. She then tested positive. Pink said she and her family were already isolating at home before beginning to feel unwell. Following instruction from her doctor, they continued to self-isolate …

docq telehealth consultations

Like many doctors, our own DocQ Dr Fiona Bisshop now provides Telehealth consultations. She joins us today at 2 PM on Facebook Live to answer your questions about all things medical. The viral pandemic of COVID-19 has dramatically changed life as we know it. Clubs and pubs are closed, you can’t get your nails done …

revelation accusations against George Pell Pell's High Court appeal Cardinal George Pell

Two more boys have made accusations against George Pell concerning child sexual abuse. Both boys spent part of their childhood in a Catholic orphanage in Ballarat run by the Sisters of Nazareth. They spoke to Sarah Ferguson for the ABC’s groundbreaking three-part documentary series, Revelation. The final episode of Revelation airs tonight. The series exposes …

stay connected Adjunct Professor Bill Bowtell stay home

Adjunct Professor Bill Bowtell AO of the University of New South Wales designed Australia’s response to AIDS, studied now as a world-leading model of best practice. As an expert on infection and immunity, he worked for over a decade with the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. His appearance on ABC’s Q&A a …

world in lockdown transgender day of visibility tdov

With much of the world in lockdown, International Transgender Day of Visibility (TDOV) moves online in 2020. Following the small gains of recent years, transgender people refuse to retreat into invisibility. Together with the Australian Transgender Support Association Queensland (ATSAQ), QNews is celebrating TDOV all day long. QAS – Transgender Victoria – Lauren Crofts on …

StoneCroft

Once upon a time, on an island not far away, two handsome princes — Craig and Rodney — bought their dream home on the road to Ben Lomond in northern Tasmania. They would eventually name their fairytale kingdom StoneCroft. [PROMOTION] The princes toiled night and day clearing rocks, planting hundreds of trees and making walking …

testicle festival

In a kick in the balls for testicle lovers all over the American midwest, the organisers of the Deerfield Testicle Festival reluctantly cancelled this year’s event because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now in its ninth year, the Deerfield Testicle Festival previously beat off stiff competition from other gonad galas. A number of American towns hold …

lgbtiq history australian lgbtiq history timeline 1902 2000

The Australian LGBTIQ history timeline of the twentieth century begins with male homosexuality prosecuted as a criminal act in every jurisdiction of the newly federated Commonwealth. However, the last 30 years of the century saw every one of those laws consigned to history. While the law only explicitly criminalised male homosexuality, all members of the …

atsaq flying the flag transgender day of visibility

During 30 years as a representative organisation, the Australian Transgender Support Association Queensland (ATSAQ) has worked on many fronts to raise the visibility of transgender people. That included, for much of the last decade, ATSAQ flying the flag on International Transgender Day of Visibility. And, in 2020, they will celebrate it once again. The first …

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