The Macquarie Dictionary (Sixth Edition Oct 2013) defines homophobia as:
noun fear of homosexuals, usually linked with hostility towards them.
OHPI stands against any homophobic speech expressed online: on social media, on discussion platforms, and on commentary sections of online media.
Below is a list of our publications documenting, reporting and highlighting instances of online homophobic speech.
OHPI briefings tackle specific instances of online hate and are produced rapidly to respond to emerging problems.
January 18, 2020: Instagram needs help
April 14, 2019: Free speech has limits because speech can cause harm.
September 27, 2017: Marriage Equality Postal Survey and Online Hate
September 11, 2017: Far-Right Trolls
September 8, 2017: Ultra Conservative Homophobia
September 7, 2017: Initial responses to #DebateWithoutHate
February 14, 2017: Neo-Nazi Group’s Poster Campaign in Melbourne
June 25, 2016: Religion and Homophobia
January 14, 2016: Report “EVOLVEFEST 2016” Event Page as Homophobic & Antisemitic
October 30, 2015: Facebook fails to remove Homophobic page
September 8, 2015: Report Homophobic Facebook page “No to Gay “Marriage”
August 11, 2015: Report “Stop the Straight Hate” Page
July 20, 2015: Report Facebook Page “Gays should be fit and muscular”
May 8, 2015: Steps taken by Twitter to combat abuse
January 22, 2014: Facebook apologises for homophobia
August 15, 2013: Twitter to be sued over #GaysMustDie
Commentary & Media Coverage
June 30, 2015: OHPI interviewed on Joy 94.9
December 15, 2014: New tool in fighting online hate (Australian Jewish News)
December 11, 2014: OHPI: Tracking down the data to combat online hate (The Big Smoke)
December 10, 2014: Hitting Back Against Hate (MX)
December 9, 2014: Fight Against Hate Launched (OHPI Press Release)