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Sign in Perth claims marriage equality will lead to incest and bestiality

Sign in Perth claims marriage equality will lead to incest and bestiality

Many members of the LGBTI community have been snapping selfies as they put their forms for the government’s marriage survey in the post box, but for one OUTinPerth reader the trip to the post office exposed them to claims that allowing same-sex marriage would lead to bestiality and incest. A vehicle parked in the Perth […]

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The Temper Trap and Jet to play Freo Arts Centre

The Temper Trap and Jet to play Freo Arts Centre

NS Events’ new event series, Reflections, kicks off on Saturday November 18 at the Fremantle Arts Centre with two of Australia’s most loved bands, The Temper Trap and Jet, headlining. The Temper Trap need little introduction with more than a million albums sold; over 150 million steams on Spotify; arena support tours with Coldplay and the Rolling Stones; performances at Glastonbury, […]

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Switzerland explores the intriguing character of Patricia Highsmith

Switzerland | State Theatre | Until September 3rd | ★ ★ ★ ★    There’s been a lot of interest in the work of author Patricia Highsmith in recent years. Her most well-know character Tom Ripley has featured in several movie adaptations, Cate Blanchett delivered an acclaimed performance in Carol, which is based on Highsmith’s novel The Price […]

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Fatboy Slim returns to Electric Gardens

Fatboy Slim returns to Electric Gardens

Fatboy Slim is set to return to Electric Gardens in January 2018. After christening the inaugural Electric Gardens back in 2016 with a highly praised performance Fatboy Slim will be pulling on his signature Hawaiian shirt and preparing to once again to be the life and soul of Electric Gardens. The annual party at Red […]

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Perth City Summit: Shaping the future of our city

Perth City Summit: Shaping the future of our city

Over three hundred people were up early on Saturday morning to attend the Perth City Summit, an ambitious project from Labor’s John Carey that aims to create an agenda for the future of the city. OUTinPerth’s Graeme Watson has been taking part in the process. Since he was elected as the new Member for Perth, […]

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Tim Minchin shares his thoughts on the postal survey via song

Tim Minchin shares his thoughts on the postal survey via song

Comedian Tim Minchin has shared his thoughts on the Turnbull government’s decision to hold a national postal survey on marriage equality. The award winning composer uploaded a video to his YouTube channel where he performs Peter a Allen’s classic, albeit with a few lyrical modifications. Minchin rallies against the plan to hold a postal survey […]

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Hundreds march on the streets of Perth for marriage equality

Hundreds of people took to the streets on Perth on Saturday to voice their support for marriage equality. The ‘winter vows’ rally saw a large crowd voicing their commitment to continue to fighting for the right for members of the LGBTIQ community to be able to wed. The public rally came as the issue of […]

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The sun shines through at Wanneroo’s Limelight Theatre

What happens when people of widely different political views are forced to co-exist? It’s a question posed in Let The Sunshine, a play from Australia’s most respected contemporary playwright, showing at Limelight Theatre in August. Written by David Williamson and directed by Tim Riessen, it’s a satirical comedy about 50-something sea-changers and their children. When […]

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Waleed Aly to deliver Curtin University Human Rights Lecture

Waleed Aly to deliver Curtin University Human Rights Lecture

Writer, academic and broadcaster, Waleed Aly will deliver the annual Annual Human Rights Lecture at Curtin University’s Centre for Human Rights Education. Last year the inaugural speech was delivered by Professor Gillian Triggs of the Australian Human Rights Commission. While best known for his Gold Logie winning role on Chanel Ten’s nightly news program The Project, Waleed has […]

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Troye Sivan: Going to the Pride Parade was a life changing experience

Troye Sivan has recalled his first Pride Parade describing it as a life changing experience.  The pop star, actor and video blogger shared his memory in a video made for Paper magazine. “Being surrounded by people who are just like you, as crazy as you, maybe even crazier than you, it was like – electrifying. […]

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