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Ian Thorpe, writer Benjamin Law and sports star Lauren Jackson have spoken out about the Religious Discrimination Bill in a new video for Equality Australia. In the video, they join a group of Australians speaking on behalf of people with HIV, people with a disability, and people of faith to highlight concerns with the bill. …

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Ryan Channing confirmed to The Daily Telegraph last night that he and boyfriend Olympic swimmer Ian Thorpe recently split. The model described the breakup as friendly. Yes, the rumours are true, we have parted ways. It has all been very amicable. We have stayed friends. Ryan revealed he moved out of the home he shared …

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Olympic swimmer Ian Thorpe has revealed he and boyfriend Ryan Channing’s plans to become dads. Thorpe started dating Channing three years ago and have spoken previously about their plans for fatherhood. Now the couple have revealed they’re in the early stages of planning a pregnancy via a surrogate mum in the US, after Channing was …

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Local and international celebrities have congratulated Australia for today’s announcement of a “yes” vote in the same-sex marriage postal survey. On Wednesday morning, the Australian Bureau of Statistics announced the “yes” vote had prevailed in the survey with more than 61% of the vote. National treasure Magda Szubanski, who campaigned tirelessly for the “yes” vote, …

Olympian Ian Thorpe has urged young people to get their completed forms in the mail by Friday to ensure they’re received by the Australian Bureau of Statistics in time to be counted. Thorpe said he was optimistic that the marriage survey would return a “yes” result and was pleased with the turnout, but wants more …

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Ian Thorpe has called on the Australian government to legalise marriage equality before this year’s Mardi Gras begins later this month. He told News Corp he thinks the delay is “frustrating… because I actually think Australia is better than that.” “When we look back at the reforms around civil unions, that was Australia kind of …