“In Barbados if there’s a queer party happening it’s secret, there’s no photos, you don’t go out and hold hands with your partner.”
BUZZFEED’S Walkley-nominated Indigenous Affairs reporter Allan Clarke opens up about coming out.
Sydney City Councillor Christine Forster shares the journey she’s undertaken since her forced coming out.
After being part of Australia’s beloved Matildas squad in two World Cups and appearing in more than 60 international matches, it’s no doubt that Sally Shipard has had a stellar soccer career. But in her private life, her coming out journey has had its ups and downs. Shannon Power caught up with her to get the latest.
In each monthly magazine of the Star Observer, a prominent Australian shares their coming out story. This month, Julie McCrossin tells Shannon Power how her initial rocky start as an out lesbian did nothing to prevent her from becoming a successful media personality and comedian.
In the Star Observer’s latest monthly spotlight on coming out stories from prominent Australians, radio personality and former Midsumma ambassador John Caldwell explains the two stages of his own journey in publicly acknowledging his sexuality. Shannon Power reports.
As one of Australia’s most prominent astronomers, Lisa Harvey-Smith has rubbed shoulders with the likes of Neil DeGrasse Tyson and Buzz Aldrin. And as one of the world’s only queer astronomers, she tells Shannon Power that she never takes her coming out story for granted.