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Ricki Lee for Harbour 13
Star Observer spoke to pop star Ricki-Lee on gay rights, Mardi Gras and her latest album Fear and Freedom. The former Australian Idol finalist, who announced her engagement to boyfriend Richard Harrison earlier this month, has just...
- Posted 124 days ago
Ellen’s coming to Oz
Everyone’s favourite lesbian talk show host Ellen DeGeneres is coming to Australia along with her 400 audience members. Fairfax Media has reported DeGeneres announced in a show filmed today in the US that she would travel to...
- Posted 128 days ago
Paulini and Luciana to play T Dance
Feisty UK pop sensation Luciana and Aussie diva Paulini are the latest artists announced for the biggest party on Melbourne’s gay calendar, T Dance. The Midsumma Festival kicks off this Sunday with the Midsumma Carnival, followed by...
- Posted 132 days ago
Surf, sex and schizophrenia
Meet Chicklet: a 16-year-old finding herself sexually in 1960s America. Life was tough enough for a teenage girl of the time as everyday ideals of women and status were flipped on their heads. But add schizophrenia and the fact...
- Posted 136 days ago
Gay soldiers suit up for Mardi Gras
Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex defence personnel will be dusting off their uniforms to wear at this year’s Mardi Gras Parade for the first time. Australian Defence Force (ADF) members have marched in the parade since...
- Posted 137 days ago
Gay dads fear parental leave
Gay dads working in the public sector in some states are forgoing paid parental leave to avoid raising suspicions from state authorities due to strict state surrogacy laws. Overseas commercial surrogacy is illegal in NSW, Queensland and...
- Posted 150 days ago
Mardi Gras invades the Inner West
It won’t just be Oxford St that will be celebrating when Mardi Gras 2013 kicks off in February. Iconic venues in Newtown and Marrickville, such as the Vanguard, the Factory Theatre and the Red Rattler, will play...
- Posted 151 days ago
Woman on the verge
Fresh from a ‘dry run’ in her hometown of Wellington, New Zealand, drag diva Polly Filla brings her hilarious and at times heartfelt new show to Melbourne audiences for Midsumma. Kitsch in Synch presents Filla as a...
- Posted 151 days ago
Beer, boys and ‘90s bitches
When the Star Observer spoke to Aino Jawo, one half of Swedish electro-pop duo Icona Pop, we were able to deliver some happy news from down under: the pair’s fantastically feisty single I Love It (sample lyric:...
- Posted 152 days ago
Politically engaged: a year of marriage
Despite incredible momentum domestically following on from last year’s historic ALP National Conference, which saw the party add marriage equality to its policy platform, 2012 was undoubtedly a disappointing year for advocates of marriage reform. A Galaxy poll...
- Posted 157 days ago