“Unfortunately, since the nature of the march will mean being in an open area without significant shade for a prolonged period of time, we can’t ask those marching with us to expose themselves to the associated health risks.”
Just one in five lesbian, gay, and trans employees openly talk about their identity with their colleagues, according to new research conducted in partnership with the Star Observer.
“In order for us to continue we ask you, our readers, to support businesses and organisations that advertise with us. Our advertisers enable us to bring you The Sydney Star each fortnight. Tell them you saw it in ‘The Star’.”
“I fronted the cover of the Star Observer magazine to show my support for the Bingham Cup. I believe in inclusion. In my heart, I know I do not have any phobia towards anyone”
“It was the heyday of gay and lesbian publishing, and Barbara was never afraid to write a story”
“It’s important to document our history. If we don’t do it, no-one else will”
For today only the ACL managing director will assume all duties normally undertaken by the Star Observer Editor in an attempt to create dialogue with the LGBTI community.