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Legendary Trans activists retire after decades of service

Legendary Queensland Trans activists Kristine Johnson and Gina Mather of Australian Transgender Support Association Qld (ATSAQ) yesterday announced their retirement. Krissy and Gina’s political activism resulted in numerous reforms for both the trans and wider LGBTIQ+ communities. Beyond that, their efforts contributed to better trans health outcomes in the state and increased social opportunities for …

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Kyle Sandilands launches vile rant about trans athletes

Kyle Sandilands has again gone on the verbal attack on his radio show, this time taking aim at trans athletes.  The “shock jock” is known for making headlines with his offsensive rants. He has again lashed out, live on air. Kyle Sandilands lashes out Earlier this week Kyle Sandilands went on the attack in a …

TRANS FORMER ARMY CAPTAIN RUNNING SEAT OF BRISBANE

Bridget Clinch former army Captain running for the seat of Brisbane ARMY EXPERIENCE SERVES CLINCH WELL IN BATTLE FOR BRISBANE SEAT skate through at the end and claim the gold medal in the seat of Brisbane at Saturday’s federal election. Clinch, a former Army captain with 11 years of service and combat, was the first …

Mum With Dementia Has Beautiful Response To Her Transgender Daughter

For many, “coming out” to family and friends is a stressful experience. As if once is not enough, spare a thought for Tina Healy who has to come out to her mother every couple of weeks. Tina, 54, is transgender and feared that revealing herself as a woman might be too stressful for her mother, …

Mayang Prasetyo Monster Chef, She-Male and Ladyboy : If you found the Courier-Mail's handling of the tragic murder of Mayang Prasetyo offensive : add your name to the petition

Courier Mail ‘She-Male’ Offensive and Hurtfull To Trans

The Brisbane trans community have launched a petition to over the Courier Mail’s use of the terms ‘Monster Chef’, ‘She-Male’, and ‘Ladyboy’.  The paper used the terms in their reporting of the tragic murder of Mayang Prasetyo at Teneriffe recently. However, the paper’s sensationalist approach to reporting the gruesome murder caused outrage. A front-page headline …