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Gareth Lee outside the Supreme Court in London, as five justices at the UK’s highest court unanimously ruled that the Christian owners of a bakery did not discriminate against the gay rights activist on the ground of sexual orientation. PA Images

Same-sex wedding cake: the Supreme Court’s Lee v. Ashers ruling explained

What a cake can tell us about the law's view of homosexuality, religion, freedom of expression and the value of civic equality
The Ruddock report recommends the existing right of religious schools to turn away LGBT+ students and teachers be maintained, but that further constraints be added. Shutterstock

Ruddock report constrains, not expands, federal religious exemptions

The report affirms that religious freedom is not to be legally entrenched as superior to rights to equality and freedom from discrimination.
For some, this recent decision is a source of celebration and perhaps even symbolic, finally, of full equality in the church for gay and lesbian members. Wes Mountain/The Conversation

After a long struggle, the Uniting Church becomes the first to offer same-sex marriage

The Uniting Church has been grappling with questions of faith and sexuality for decades - and its openness has led to relatively smooth changes to doctrine and practice.
The Gay Games have grown into a global spectacle since debuting in San Francisco in 1982. Caroline Blumberg/EPA

The Gay Games are still relevant. Here’s why

The Gay Games are holding their 10th edition in Paris this week, featuring more than 10,000 athletes from 91 countries.
LGB people are overall happier and healthier in communities with fewer ‘no’ votes in last year’s same-sex marriage referendum. Shutterstock

How stigma impacts LGB health and wellbeing in Australia

New research shows that LGB people living in communities with low levels of stigma report better health and well-being.

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