Australian Women's Weekly. A straight question deserves a straight answer, right? Well, when it comes to human sexuality, the answers might not be as straight we some of us think.
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An Australian bridal magazine that refused to feature same-sex weddings will close after controversy caused by its decision. A cover from bridal magazine 'White'. Source:News Corp Australia.
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An Australian bridal magazine is shutting down after standing by a controversial decision not to feature same-sex couples. We're not about sides, we're about love, patience and kindness," Luke and Carla Burrell wrote. The couple said that magazine staffers, advertisers and even couples who had been featured in the magazine were suddenly "the subject of online abuse despite their individual beliefs. We have had to recognise the reality that White magazine is no longer economically viable," their statement read.
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T he late 20 th century was a golden era for Australian gay magazines and newspapers: more than five million copies of publications were printed annually at its peak, with revenues approaching eight million dollars a year. Yet there was not even a leaflet beforebecause homosexuals did not dare publish in the climate of active oppression. Growing liberal attitudes within sections of broader society, and, at a practical level, reform of censorship laws, made lesbian and gay publishing possible. Inspired by events in America, the tapping of typewriters on a few sheets of paper lifted the veil of secrecy around homosexuality.