Starting last week at the Hares and Hyenas bookshop’s Hare Hole event space, Melbourne’s first queer People of Colour and First Peoples (QPoC) arts and …
The third annual Geelong Rainbow Festival is scheduled to take place in February 2020, with organisers projecting it will be “bigger and better” than ever …
Steven Satour, a Yankunytjatjara and Pitjantjatjara gay man who features in R U OK?’s new Indigenous suicide prevention campaign, says rates of suicide in the community have reached a “crisis point”.
“The theme highlights the ground-breaking work our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTI peers did to pave the way for us today.”
Running across the next five nights, seven Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performers will compete for the crown, culminating in the Grand Final on Saturday October 20.
Some of this year’s contestants are looking to crowdfund to help them in their shots at the title – and to help put on the biggest show for you they can.
Bonson detailed the difficulties he has had getting politicians to pay attention to the needs of Indigenous queer people.
“Let it be led by the people who are most affected by it.”
“It could rapidly transition to a concentrated epidemic among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, as has occurred among First Nations people in some provinces of Canada.”