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Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Plebiscite Prognosis!


The "Yes" campaign is taking no chances, despite the polls predicting a victory for equality in Australia's postal marriage plebiscite. This Way Out Sydney correspondent Barry McKay takes a closer look - in the news and on the ground - to see if the optimism is well-founded.

Two Rainbow Minutes celebrate the advent of marriage equality in Spain and South Africa (read by Bill Lupoletti and Allen Browne, produced by Judd Proctor and Brian Burns).

And in NewsWrap: Egypt's "rainbow flag crackdown" mushrooms into mass arrests and a media blackout, Azerbaijan’s LGBTQ victims describe brutal assaults, same-gender couples begin married life in Germany, Anglicans sanction Scottish Episcopals for queer nuptials, Trump triples-down on opposing LGBTQ rights, and more international LGBT news reported this week by John Dyer V and Michele Yeater (produced by Steve Pride, written by Greg Gordon).


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Friday, October 06, 2017

How to Survive a Plebiscite!


Former minister, writer, veteran queer rights campaigner, and mediator Anthony Venn-Brown offers advice as the ugliness of Australia's marriage plebiscite challenges queer mental health (with Sydney correspondent Barry McKay).

"Queer Life and Lit" commentator Janet Mason says the many talents of top 40 DJ/writer John Garabedian are on display in The Harmony of Parts.

And in NewsWrap: Tunisia abandons forced anal exam homosexuality "test,” a married British lesbian wins a Hong Kong spousal visa, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission fights Trump’s Justice Department in a federal workplace gay bias lawsuit, Russians Parade with Pride in Norway, and more international LGBT news reported this week by Jessica Andrea and John Dyer V (produced by Steve Pride, written by Greg Gordon).


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