NSW’s Central Coast region is set to fly its rainbow flag for the very first time as the Coastal Twist festival presents an inclusive and …
Pedro Almodóvar’s latest masterpiece Pain & Glory, Virginia Woolf’s lesbian affair in Vita & Virginia, and time-jumping erotic romance End of the Century all feature in the full line-up.
The pack, which was funded and compiled by anti-trans lobby group Binary Australia, encourages parents to quiz schools over which bathrooms trans students use and warns against “indoctrination programs” that use “politically correct ‘code’ words like ‘anti-bullying'”.
The single’s throbbing club-ready vibe heralds a bold progression in the acclaimed band’s sound ahead of their new album Futurity, which is out on September 6.
The NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal upheld that Cr Julie Passas had engaged in “unlawful homosexual vilification” after she abused a neighbour who put up a rainbow flag to celebrate the Yes vote.
It comes as reports emerge that the rugby star’s cousin, Josiah Folau, left his position at St. Gregory’s College in Campbelltown after describing the Catholic Church as “the synagogue of Satan”.
This year’s festival will take guests on a journey of bonfire events, char-grilled feasts, campfire cooking, boutique shopping, award-winning wine, arts and crafts, and artisan makers.
The festival will return for its seventh edition this September, opening with the gorgeous, award-winning period romance ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’.
The project is seeking voices of LGBTIQ people with lived experience of domestic and family violence willing to share their stories and advocate for awareness of the issue.