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Muslim Women & Girls to hold Annual National Convention

The Women's Auxiliary of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Australia will hold their 35th Annual National Convention on 27th to 29th September 2019 in one of Australia’s largest mosque in western Sydney.

New Study To Identify Issues And Needs Of LGBTQ People In Western Sydney

Gaining a better understanding of the impact of prejudice and minority stress on the mental health and wellbeing of LGBTQ people in Western Sydney
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Archive »Celebs

Do Openly Gay Public Figures Like Ian Thorpe Matter? They Sure Do

"Australian Lesbian and Gay Life Stories" are interviewing 60 gay and lesbian people across Australia in order to investigate what it has been like to live a LGBT life at a time when social attitudes towards homosexuality have shifted significantly.

Fictional Characters Which I Definitely Had A Crush On

There are certain little memories/ lost feelings that do suddenly come back and actually make a whole load of sense when it finally dawns on you that you are in fact a lesbian
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Archive »Film

Same But Different – A True Labour of Love

Fans of antipodean Queer cinema are in for a treat with Same But Different: A True New Zealand Love Story, an engaging and uplifting romantic comedy

Disobedience: New Film Shines A Light On LGBT+ Lives In Orthodox Jewish World

Disobedience is a timely film. For many years, Orthodox Jewish communities have avoided or deferred conversations about their LBGT+ members.
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Archive »TV

Return Of ‘The L Word’: Representing Lesbian Desire On Screen In A New Era

LGBT social media networks were recently buzzing with news that a reboot of The L Word, the lesbian drama that ran for six series between 2004-09, is in the works at Showtime.

Game Of Thrones: Dangerous World Where LGBTQ Characters Die Young Or Rot In Jail

This show will be screened in countries where homosexuality is illegal, where women’s sexual choices are controlled and where trans identities are violently subjugated.
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Archive »Events

Same But Different – A True Labour of Love

Fans of antipodean Queer cinema are in for a treat with Same But Different: A True New Zealand Love Story, an engaging and uplifting romantic comedy

Feast Reveals South Australian First at Festival Program Launch “PRIDEVEMBER 2019”

Feast, Adelaide’s LGBTIQ Queer Arts and Cultural Festival is launching the 2019 program with a brand-new concept to underpin the Festival - A NATION-WIDE first dubbed – “Pridevember” – a celebration of Feast and all that is Queer for the whole month of November, here in South Australia.
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Archive »Book Club

The Long Shot – A. L. Brooks

With careers and hearts on the line, which will win?

Margaret Atwood: The Handmaid’s Tale Feels Real In 2019, But The Solution Won’t Come From Novels

The crimson cloaks and white bonnets of Margaret Atwood’s dystopian feminist classic The Handmaid’s Tale have become a distinctive feature of Trump’s America.
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Archive »Advice

Stop Calling It A Choice: Biological Factors Drive Homosexuality

The new finding is consistent with multiple earlier studies of twins that indicated same-sex attraction is a heritable trait.

Every Day, FIVE Women Die In Australia From A Gynaecological Cancer

To coincide with International Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month, Sydneysiders are invited to the exclusive ‘View by Sydney’ on Thursday 19th September
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Archive »Culture

Bec Sandridge Announces Impressive Line Up Of Supports For Her ‘Try + Save Me’ National Tour

Bec Sandridge has unveiled today multiple supports for her forthcoming ‘TRY + SAVE ME’ national tour in October and November. These supports are in addition to already announced Melburnian rock singer/guitarist Eaglemont.

Meet Denise Ho at Antidote - The Festival Of Ideas, Action And Change

Cantopop singer, pro-democracy and LGBTQ rights activist and key figure in Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement Denise Ho will appear in conversation with VICE UK Editor and author Zing Tsjeng
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Archive »Lifestyle

New Aged Care Resources To Support Safe And Inclusive Care For LGBTI People

Greater choice and better care to support and build safe and inclusive practices for LGBTI communities is now available through a series of learning tools and online resources

Stop Calling It A Choice: Biological Factors Drive Homosexuality

The new finding is consistent with multiple earlier studies of twins that indicated same-sex attraction is a heritable trait.
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Events

  • Sydney Dance Company Holiday Workshops

    2019.09.13

    Join in the fun at Sydney Dance Company and develop skills in a range of dance styles. Sydney Dance Company workshops are a great way for boys and...

  • Queer Deluxe at Bimbo

    2019.06.30

    Queer Deluxe at Bimbo: A new northside home for the LGBTQI community   Put the bass in your walk and sashay into the newly reopened Bimbo every...

  • Queerly Beloved

    2019.09.18

    Join Cleo for a light-hearted hour of stand-up and storytelling that pokes fun at the concept of 'normal' and ultimately demonstrates that we’re...

  • SPRiNG Dinner Dance

    2019.10.19

    ▶︎❤️ WOMEN ONLY EVENT ❤️ 19 October 2019 Enjoy an evening of socialising, sharing a meal and cruising away to great music ! and an...


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