1. Prime Minister Julia Gillard has announced an inquiry by the Australian Human Rights Commission into gender in the workplace. The announcement comes amidst increasing cries of sexism against the Prime Minister during her time in office. The inquiry will include a national online survey, taking place this August, as well as community consultations prior to a report being released next May.
2. World anti-gay movement, Exodus, has announced that it is ceasing operations after admitting that its gay rehabilitation therapy was ineffective. The group formed in 1976 to provide camps and retreats for homosexual people whom it claimed could ‘cure’ through psychotherapy and prayer.
3. Five motorcyclists have saved the life of a two-year-old girl after she fell out of a window in her family’s fifth-floor apartment in Zhejiang Province, China. The Daily Mail reports that the motorcyclists were on a break from their work as couriers when they heard the girl crying as she crawled onto the window sill. Video footage shows the men running into a circle catching the girl as she hurtles to the ground. The girl escaped with only a bruised eye. Watch the video below: