“The support we are providing will provide opportunities for the community to come together and provide a reminder that equality is not negotiable”
The two individuals were seen wearing shirts bearing the words ‘Sieg Heil’ and ‘faggots’ as well as the Nazi swastika.
This weekend Victoria’s regional pride festival will celebrate its twentieth anniversary.
Since 1997, ChillOut Festival in Daylesford, Victoria, has grown immensely and is now Australia’s biggest regional pride event. Matthew Wade spoke to the festival director to find out out more about its enduring success.
With pride events now well-established in rural Victoria from Daylesford to Shepparton to Yackandandah, it’s becoming harder to argue that the city is the queer community’s home.
SHEPPARTON held its second annual Out in the Open festival recently, celebrating the diversity of the area’s LGBTI community and supporting same-sex attracted, intersex and …