Ahead of Melbourne’s annual Pride March on Sunday, community groups and activists have come together to call for an end to biphobia and discrimination against the bisexual community.
Ahead of Melbourne’s upcoming Pride March, rainbow flags were raised in St Kilda and it was announced that marriage equality would be a central theme of the march.
With police recently marching in both Brisbane and Tasmania’s pride marches, this year has marked a shift towards more open support by the police of Australia’s LGBTI community.
The loss is almost twice the financial loss recorded in 2014, at $177,152, and the organisation heads into the 2016 season with a $321,732 bank balance.
For the past two weeks, Cairns was home to the biggest 11-day show of LGBTI pride in far north Queensland’s history as Tropical Mardi Gras came to town.
The symbolic gesture will see Hobart join several other councils around Australia who have flown their flags during LGBTI pride festivals or IDAHOT day.