With what could be the conditions for us to see a remarkable queer art renaissance in the coming years, what better time to look back at some of the underrepresented and forgotten queer art pioneers who’s lives and contributions have paved the way for our artistic community.
O’Grady’s latest play ‘Are We Awake?’ superbly and complexly deals with intersection of two identity categories often imagined, wrongly, to be incompatible: queerness and disability.
Alden Peters is the director, producer and star behind one of the most anticipated films at this year’s Queer Screen Mardi Gras Film Festival. Coming Out is Alden’s story, he turns the camera on himself to share and expose himself through the journey of the coming out process.
Come down to Breastville aka Marrickville Town Hall for a celebration of LBQ women’s health and wellbeing and free breast cancer screening on Feb 25th.
Check out the smoking hot line-up we’ve put together for our street party
We loveeeee love, so with a little help from our friends at the Australian Marriage Equality Campaign, we’re catching up with some beaut couples about their loves and how equality would affect them and the community.
The charismatic Alex has been behind the push for Marriage Equality in Sydney for a decade now, but his passion for social justice and personal investment in Sydney’s future reaches far beyond this. Read as we talk marriage equality, being openly gay in Australian politics, activism, refugees and Trump.
Get to know the wonderful Delsi Moleta and why her Unicorns events are a must for Sydney and Melbourne party goers!
When the media represents transgender children, journalists and outlets needs to think carefully about the stories they’re telling.