Monthly Archives: November 2012

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Freshly Doug Weekender

Trial drag bar Tokyo; Supreme Court marriage trials; footballers trials by media; Joy turns 19.

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Freshly Doug Thursday

Mardi Gras lineup; death penalty still in Uganda Bill; gay parents breed terrorists, allegedly; Palmer & Katter in bed together; CIA turns lavender.

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Freshly Doug Wednesday

Save your charity dollars for our own people at Christmas, don’t go to Trinidad, and discovber that coming out is better than you fear, today on Freshly Doug.

David Ingram http://www.flickr.com/photos/dingatx

Rainbow Report on Progress

Are we making progress on marriage, fighting HIV, reducing discrimination, in the armed forces? Doug Pollard’s guests Air Commodore Tracy Smart, AMEs Carl Katter, AFAOs Rob Lake & OII Aus’s Gina Wilson tonight.

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Freshly Doug Tuesday

Puritans winning everywhere: Australia, UK, Uganda, Libya. Just a few rays of light in a dark time.

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How to get gay-marriage back on track

Let’s start with a simple fact: the Australian gay-marriage campaign has lost this round.  Marriage, for the rainbow community, isn’t legal (with the exception of transgendered individuals with opposite sex…

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Different Strokes For Gay Folks

In April 2012 Jim Hyde had a stroke which left him with speech and walking difficulties and general left side disability. As a former senior health official he thought his questions would be taken seriously and given serious answers. Reality was different.

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Freshly Doug Monday

David Cameron stands firm for marriage, Jewish abuse stories come to light, Martina comes to town, and soccer gets on with tackling homophobia

Angie Garrett http://www.flickr.com/photos/smoorenburg/

Discrimination Fail: Intersex

The inclusion of Intersex has been uncontroversial in Tasmania legislation, says OII, so why it would be so in federal legislation?

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Sister Mary Jane Has Her Doubts

Sister Mary Jane waxes cynical over the government’s planned reforms to anti-discrimination law.