Homophobia: What are you scared of?

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Nathan Ramsey 
ICAM television presenter Nathan Ramsey said: "I accept people for who they are, not what they are. I have some friends who are gay and some who are straight."
Sometimes people don't speak up because they are scared of being labeled as lesbian or gay. We need to change that. Like everyone here . . . "Say no to homophobia".
Indigenous Australians will also be lending their support to the 1998 Homophobia: What Are You Scared Of? Campaign Week, May 11-17 1998. Contact the AVP on (02) 9360 6687  Developed by the Lesbian & Gay Anti-Violence Project (AVP) in conjunction with the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Commission (ATSIC) and funded by the Crime Prevention Division.
 KooriVoice - SUMMER 1998 
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