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"It's like the energy seems loving but the language and what they're actually saying is unloving and it's unaccepting and I just think you're always going to have that." Some of the most difficult experiences Page witnessed was in seeing those living in "extreme devastation who face severe violence every day" for being queer.
"When you meet someone who's had acid thrown on them, or a [homeless] girl we met who, this is in Jamaica, ... "Or interviewing a mother who's lost a child to a hate crime.
With Islam the fastest growing religion in the world, and also thrust into the spotlight because of events such as the recent Orlando massacre, people have a lot of questions.
Kaveh Arya is a boxing coach by day and speed dating host by night.
But this is speed dating with a difference and it is one of several similar nights that have been held around the country, with the aim of bringing Muslim and non-Muslim people together to better understand each other.
Addressing the crowd at Sydney's first event, Mr Arya explains "the intention is obviously not actually about dating"."If you do pick someone up, great.
I mean if you do get a phone number in there, awesome," he joked."But the intention is to just have a chat."What sets the chats apart is that nothing, no question, is off limits, providing the discussions remain respectful.
Those are moments, absolutely, where you feel a sense of despair." While the actress tries to make sense of the plight many LGBTQ people face all over the world, she said she stays optimistic thinking about how far this country has come."I hope that it, absolutely, will change and if we look at the progress that's happened in this country, it's been unbelievable," Page said. That's what I think I hold onto and thanks to, obviously, all the extraordinary people who've fought for equality." Gielgud, pictured with co-stars Dudley Moore (left) and Liza Minnelli (right), won the Best Supporting Actor award in 1982 for "Arthur." He is generally considered the first openly gay actor to win an Oscar, though he rarely discussed it openly.