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Bonson detailed the difficulties he has had getting politicians to pay attention to the needs of Indigenous queer people.
“A House for Everyone not only tackles gender stereotyping but brings in a whole rainbow of gender diversity. [Non-binary] children exist, and we need to celebrate them.”
“If there’s normal, average, mainstream people out there that happen to be gay, and some kid in the bush sees that person or that couple and thinks, ‘Oh yeah, that’s me,’ then we’ve done our job.”
“It’s not just in the inner-cities that people feel they can celebrate being LGBTI.”
The festival is “brash, in your face, and unapologetic, as a reflection of our deeply rich and culturally diverse community.”
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“Why should I have to fork over $14.99 a month to use the service only to be degraded, humiliated and dehumanized for my race while I’m trying to get my rocks off?”
“As a member, this makes us all appear to be racists by being complicit.”
The group handed out ‘Get The L Out’ flyers encouraging lesbians to separate from the LGBTI community over “trans politics”.
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