C.Moore Hardy has spoken out publicly about Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras’ decision to not allow her full access to the Mardi Gras Parade tomorrow night.
78ers describe NSW Police apology this morning as a “half-apology”, and that it needed to come from the Police Commissioner himself.
When John Hannaford became a Mardi Gras volunteer nine years ago, he didn’t expect the positive impact it would have on both his life and his career. Mardi Gras has honoured him with the coveted Volunteer of the Year award in 2015, and he is Star Observer’s latest community hero. Shannon Power reports.
For this month’s Throwback instalment, we take a trip down memory lane when the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade was less corporate driven and more political — but still just as camp and fabulous as it is today.
As part of ‘fg’ — Star Observer’s festival guide for the 2016 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras season — community members involved in six specific areas of our history shared their reflections on how far LGBTI rights have come, and the momentum needed to achieve full equality.
Muslims Against Homophobia Australia want to bridge the gap between the country’s LGBTI and Muslim communities and challenge negative stereotypes.
Fleet Steps, Mrs Macquaries Point, Sydney Wednesday, February 24, 2016 Photographer: Ann-Marie Calilhanna