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This guide presents simple and practical advice for all of us, as we strive to better support the LGBTQIA+ people in our lives and challenge discrimination facing the LGBTQIA+ community. Together, we can help build a safer, kinder and more equal world where human rights are enjoyed by all, regardless of who we love, how we dress or how we identify.

Question 1: Who is this comedy actress, author and singer, who was a fierce advocate for LGBTQIA+ rights during the marriage equality debate?

Magda Szubanski

Photo: Eva RinaldIAnswer: b. Magda Szubanski

Question 2: Known for their appearances on Australian Idol, RuPaul’s Drag Race and Celebrity Big Brother UK, as well as their LGBTQIA+ activism, who is this person?

Courtney Act

Photo: MTV InternationalAnswer: c. Courtney Act

Question 3: Ian Roberts was the first professional rugby player in the world to come out as gay in 1995 and has been a voice for LGBTQIA+ inclusion in sport. Which teams did he play for?

Ian Roberts

Photo: WikipediaAnswer: d. All of the above. Ian Roberts played for the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles, South Sydney Rabbitohs and the North Queensland Cowboys.

Question 4: What is the name of the author and journalist whose memoir on growing up queer and Asian Australian was adapted into an SBS comedy series?

Answer: c. Benjamin Law

Question 5: Comedian, actress, and singer Jordan Raskopoulos is a transwoman who uses her platform to advocate for LGBTQIA+ and mental health causes. She was the lead singer of which comedy music act?

Jordan Raskopoulos

Photo: Insert CoinAnswer: b. Jordan Raskopoulos was the lead singer of the comedy music act Axis of Awesome from 2006 to 2018.

Question 6: Who is the youth worker, author and mental health advocate, who made history as the first-ever Indigenous and bisexual lead on season seven of The Bachelorette Australia?

Answer: a. Brooke Blurton

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