“QuAC is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of all of Queensland’s LGBTI, brotherboy and sistergirl communities.”
“In 2017, there were 12 new cases of AIDS reported in Queensland. Compared to the late 80s and early 90s, where there were hundreds of AIDS cases notified each year, this is a significant achievement.”
Minister for Health Cameron Dick said there was no doubt the vote and surrounding campaign would impact the mental health of some vulnerable LGBTI people.
The Queen’s Ball Awards fell on the anniversary of the first Sydney Mardi Gras is 1978.
David Alexander speaks to one of Brisbane’s LGBTI liaison police officers about his time marching in this year’s historic Brisbane Pride Festival, being an openly gay officer in the Queensland Police and the work being done by its LGBTI Liaison Program.
Despite appearing to have early support from both sides of Brisbane City Council, a petition calling for the creation of an LGBTI advisory committee was rejected yesterday as council said it already had a board to deal with the issues facing the community.
Brisbane Pride Festival celebrated one hell of a 25th birthday party over the weekend. It witnessed several firsts, including the highest level of political representation and support ever, the involvement of uniformed emergency service officers, record crowd numbers, and a surprise appearance from Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk.