Experts on the history of sexuality in Canada say recent changes to the Expungement Act don’t go far enough, and they urge Canadians to reject attempts to divide marginalized communities.
Discrimination against anyone based on their sexual orientation or gender identity is not an African value.
The relationship between faith, politics and LGBTQ rights is more complicated than it can appear at first glance.
Sydneyphiles remounts Yang’s 1977 exhibition, documenting mainstream Sydney and the illegal gay party scene.
Those who exclude any groups of people from God’s kingdom choose to ignore the teaching of Jesus.
Parents have a general right to know about their children’s activities in school, but that can be limited by students’ rights to privacy and personal safety.
Bayard Rustin led a long and complicated life dedicated to the fight for equal rights. Targeted by the FBI, Rustin became a close adviser to Martin Luther King Jr.
A recent government roundtable proposed stricter profile verification conditions as a response to safety concerns on dating apps. But research suggests users want something else.
Catholic leaders’ attitudes toward LGBTQ people have shifted dramatically – but the actual theology behind them, not so much.
In a thin-obsessed culture, fatness has become its own kind of monster.
During the 2022 FIFA World Cup, many highlighted the controversial and politicized climate of the tournament, but sport and politics are rarely, if ever, separable.
The next step in HIV prevention — long-acting injectable pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) — is not yet available in Canada, a year after its approval in the U.S.
Through articles written by academic experts in the course of the year, The Conversation Africa takes a look back at Ghana in 2022.
The Respect for Marriage Act provides exemptions for religious groups, excludes people with disabilities – and could still lead to state-level discrimination laws.
Starry-eyed claims such as “the World Cup brings down cultural barriers” simply do not stand up to scrutiny.
The Supreme Court’s initial questions during the 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis opening arguments focused on whether the case might be premature, and what kind of discrimination is at play
To make men’s soccer a more inclusive space, organizers and players must put allyship above profits and winning.
Many comics are now more representative of the people who actually read them but it’s clear there’s room for more diversity when it comes to our superheroes.
Bias-motivated attacks became a distinct crime in the 1980s. But police investigate only a fraction of the roughly 200,000 hate crimes reported each year – and even fewer ever make it to court.
The suspect is facing five counts of bias-motivated crime causing bodily injury, in addition to murder charges. But in Australia, the victims and their families would have no such recourse.