Sydney Gay And Lesbian Mardi Gras Party 2019 First Artists Announced

The first artists and DJs performing as part of the 2019 Mardi Gras Party have been announced.

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Sydney Gay And Lesbian Mardi Gras 2019 Programme

Having celebrated their 40 year anniversary and reflecting on the years that were in 2018, the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras is back, with a programme marching fearlessly into the future.

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Neon Tiger Brisbane Review @ La Boite Theatre

'Neon Tiger' is an endearing, beautiful love story that is interwoven with simple yet effective music, further magnifying the emotions being explored throughout.

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Boy Erased Review

This film showcases how confusion, love and good intentions can devastate and destroy young people searching for their place in society.

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Bohemian Rhapsody Review

'Bohemian Rhapsody' is a love letter sealed by the sheer magnitude of Queen's impact on history, featuring all the classic hits for die-hard fans and a look into the band's birth, growth and staying power.

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Feast Festival: Gamble Breaux Embraces Her Love Of Music

Adelaide will transform into a wonderland teeming with a flamboyance of flamingos for two weeks during its upcoming LGBTQ+ arts festival, Feast.

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Australian LGBTI Awards Announce 2019 Shortlist

Comedian Hannah Gadsby, Wallabies star David Pocock, Singer Kira Puru and former SBS CEO Michael Ebeid are just some of the names nominated for Australia’s biggest awards dedicated to celebrating the LGBTI community and their allies, the 2019 Australian LGBTI Awards.

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Australia's First All-Female, LGBTQ+ Inclusive Agency, Alpha Booking Agency Is Here

  Australia's first all-female and LGBTQ+ inclusive booking agency, Alpha Booking Agency have opened their doors with a mission to support, empower and navigate a successful careers for women in music.

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Lesbians Kissing On The Footy Field: Welcome to 2018

Vanessa Foliaki and Karina Brown locked lips for a smooch in the middle of the pitch following Friday's inaugural State Of Origin women game.

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Coming Out Is Better Than Being Outed: Conchita Wurst Reveals HIV Blackmail Details

‘Eurovision’ 2014 winner Conchita Wurst has revealed details of a deeply personal struggle after threats of blackmail from an ex-partner.

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Indonesia, It's 2018. Perhaps Time To Stop Lashing Queers.

Four people have been rounded by vigilantes up in Aceh, Indonesia – accused of ... gay sex. Reuters is reporting the "suspects" could face up to 100 lashes in public.

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