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Murdoch, DocQ and look like Tyga or Rudy this Halloween

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vaccination covid-19 jab

Have you had your COVID-19 jab yet? If you haven’t then you’ve probably got some questions, and rather than watching a dodgy internet news show about vaccination or waiting for another announcement by Scotty from Marketing, why not ask DocQ! Dr Rhys Young is a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community and has a special …

lube

No matter how you like to play, squirting some lube on during sex is always a great idea. Don’t get me wrong, when things are heating up our bodies are designed to make things a little moister. But this shouldn’t stop you from reaching into that top draw for that bottle of sweet sweet lube. …

doc q fiona bisshop dr rhys young

Much loved Doc Q Fiona Bisshop passes the torch this month to Dr Rhys Young. Dr Bisshop began penning her regular column for QNews almost a dozen years ago. In addition to becoming our longest surviving columnist, she’s also been one of the most loved and respected. My dear readers, Can you believe I’ve been …

get your vacc on covid19 vaccination

Well, folks, the day has finally arrived. The SARS-COV2 COVID19 vaccination rollout has begun. So, when your turn comes, get your vacc on. You might know that Australia’s COVID19 vaccination plan includes two different vaccines. The mRNA Pfizer vaccine arrived first and was offered to very high-risk groups including frontline workers. (Who knew that also …

look like tyga pregnant transmen rudy giuliani halloween special

The Queer Newsweek Halloween Special looks at Kevin Rudd’s petition for a Royal Commission into the Murdoch media. We also address the negative feedback for our recent report on the death of the Sultan of Brunei’s son Prince Azim. DocQ talks about pregnant transmen and we show you how to look like Tyga or Rudy …

testicular cancer

Most young men would not consider themselves at risk of cancer of any sort. But,  testicular cancer remains the most common cancer in men aged 20 to 34. The outcome is usually positive. 95% of guys survive. However, that relies on early diagnosis and treatment. One in twenty guys does not survive because treatment comes …

anal cancer get ya bum checked

Recently I spoke with my gay-friendly doctor colleagues about the high incidence of anal cancer in men who have sex with men. It’s very worrying.  So I say to my readers, one and all, get ya bum checked! You may not realise it, but simply being a man who has sex with men puts you …