In a society that deems straight as the norm, there has to come a time in our lives when we have had to tell them that we are not it.
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Hatred is spreading at a rapid rate in our world. How did we get here, and how did we forget that we’re all in this together?
Sean Towner and Michael Winn were interviewed by the Today Show about their upcoming wedding, the marriage-equality postal vote, and what a ‘Yes’ result could mean for Australian businesses.
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It’s time to come clean…I can’t do anything by halves.
Recently engaged same-sex couple, Michael Winn and Sean Towner, speak to the team at Stand Up Straight about […]
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No matter what happens in life. No matter what obstacles you face. And no matter how they may bring you down, there is always one constant in life – family.
Family comes in all shapes, sizes and varieties. Some you are born into, some you buy into – but all are there for you no matter what problem you may face.
Your family are the ones who know you inside and out. They are the ones you come home to at the end of the day. And they are the ones who will love you unconditionally.
But when there are voices inside your head saying that there is something wrong with you, and that you are immoral or doing something bad – family can seem to be the hardest ones to face up to.
Wise Guy (noun): a man or woman who thinks that it is funny, interesting and/or necessary to gossip about another’s sexuality.
There are some who love to find power and ‘intelligence’ within themselves when they say, “I always knew they were gay”. To them, they are the Olivia Benson of the LGBT world, solving the most pressing issues in the lives of others and commending themselves ten-fold for doing so.
I’ve had people’s parents, classmates, even employers use the question mark around my sexuality (pre-2011) as the most interesting thing they can bring to the table when talking to others. These are people who have nothing more stimulating to talk about than whether the quiet teenager from Surrey Hills will end up marrying a man.