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Rodney Croome

Rodney Croome is a spokesperson for Equality Tasmania and national advocacy group, just.equal. He who was made a Member of the Order of Australia in 2003 for his LGBTI advocacy.

Author's website: Rodney Croome - gay advocate


 
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Lessons from America
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The slippery slope to homophobia
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The Great Victorian Denial
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