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Queer people with disabilities – Have your portrait taken!

Family Planning NSW is looking for GLBTIQ people with disabilities who want to have their portrait taken by internationally renowned photographer Belinda Mason.

The portraits will be exhibited at the Seymour Centre during the 2014 Mardi Gras Festival.  The exhibition will celebrate sexuality, sex and gender diversity in the lives of people with disabilities.

Who can be involved?

People with disabilities who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer.  You can be in the photo by yourself or with your partner.

Get involved and make a powerful statement about your identity and relationships. Help others challenge their assumptions about the sexuality, sex and gender of people with disabilities.

Date: Saturday 23rd November 2013

Time:    Please RSVP to select a time for your photo
Venue:  328-336 Liverpool Road, Ashfield, 2131


Rosalie Power – Health Promotion, Disability
T: 02 8752 4312
E: [email protected]

Outing Disability is a project of Family Planning NSW with support from the City of Sydney. It is an official event of the 2014 Mardi Gras Festival.
The exhibition is part of Family Planning NSW’s ‘GLBT Disability Project’.