“As a queer person of colour I think it’s incredibly important for myself and my community to not only take up space within our neighbourhood but to also feel like spaces like these are both welcoming and available for us to use”
“I told [the doctor] my sexuality wasn’t just a t-shirt that I’ve put on and her response was, ‘That doesn’t make any sense… I used to treat you when you were little.'”
Past years have seen everything from drag performance and contemporary dance to traditional Indian dance, spoken word, and beatboxing.
“In many ways I feel more accepted over there among the many Vietnamese salad roll businesses than I do on Oxford Street”
Religion was a greater factor than being born overseas.
Experts have blamed lack of outreach by the Yes campaign for No votes in western Sydney.
Parramatta’s Riverside Theatre will once again host highlights of the Mardi Gras Film Festival for LGBTI people and their friends and family in Sydney’s western suburbs.
It’s been a busy week or so for the national marriage equality debate.