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Review | ‘Judy’ is a showcase of two brilliant performers

Review | ‘Judy’ is a showcase of two brilliant performers

Judy | Dir: Rupert Goold | M | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½  In the winter of 1968 and 1969, Judy Garland arrived in swinging London to perform a five-week sold-out run at The Talk of the Town nightclub. At 46 years of age, it had been 30 years since she skipped along the yellow brick road […]

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Cast revealed for Russell T. Davies’ HIV drama ‘Boys’

Cast revealed for Russell T. Davies’ HIV drama ‘Boys’

Queer As Folk creator Russell T. Davies has revealed some of the cast of his upcoming drama, which will shine a light on the beginnings of the AIDS crisis of the 80s and 90s. Boys will follow the lives of three young gay friends in London and the impact of HIV on their lives across […]

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‘Queer Eye’ heads to Japan for four international makeovers

‘Queer Eye’ heads to Japan for four international makeovers

The Fab Five are heading to Japan for another special mini-season outside of their home country. Last year Antoni, Karamo, Tan, Bobby and Jonathan came to Yass, Australia for the first Queer Eye episode outside of the US – and this time they’re heading to the Pacific Rim for We’re In Japan!  The quintet will be joined […]

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Aunty Lauren’s Trans Almanac: Phantom boobage in the Drs office

Aunty Lauren’s Trans Almanac: Phantom boobage in the Drs office

The first few months of transition, for me, was a simultaneously affirming and uncomfortable time in discovering new boundaries. There were certain behaviours of others and situations I just didn’t feel okay with anymore, even before I started taking estrogen and my body began changing. Once I accepted my gender identity didn’t match up with […]

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Review | Holden Sheppard’s ‘Invisible Boys’ is one hell of a read

Invisible Boys Holden Sheppard Fremantle Press Get ready to clutch your pearls because Holden Sheppard’s Invisible Boys is one hell of a read. Already the recipient of three awards – including the TAG Hungerford Award, which has led to this incredible tale being published – this debut novel is one of those books that only […]

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State government team up with Jordan Bruno for Mental Health Week

State government team up with Jordan Bruno for Mental Health Week

Mental Health Minister Roger Cook and Western Australian LGBTQI+ activist Jordan Bruno are encouraging everyone to put their mental health first as WA celebrates Mental Health Week. Jordan, who shot to fame as a semi-finalist on My Kitchen Rules, has come on board as an ambassador for Mental Health Week, which runs through to October […]

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OPINION: The Religious Discrimination Bill and its impact

OPINION: The Religious Discrimination Bill and its impact

OPINION: David Kernohan, CEO of the WA AIDS Council The Religious Discrimination Bill is causing disquiet and unease amongst members of WA’s LGBTIQ community.  And even though the Bill is not, as yet, enacted as an Act of Parliament, there is considerable concern about its possible impact. The concern is amplified when public figures can […]

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Peter Andre outraged by non-binary categories at The Brit Awards

Peter Andre outraged by non-binary categories at The Brit Awards

British-Australian singer and TV personality Peter Andre has slammed The Brit Awards’ decision to remove gendered categories this year in an article for New Magazine. In his regular column, Andre says he believes people “get offended way too easily nowadays” and says that removing specific categories for male and female artists at awards ceremonies is […]

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‘RuPaul’s Drag Race UK’ drops extended trailer ahead of premiere

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race UK’ drops extended trailer ahead of premiere

Ten queens of the United Kingdom of Great Britain are facing off in the first season of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK this month. Fans can get a glimpse of Baga Chipz, Blu Hydrangea, Divina Di Campo, The Vivienne, Sum Ting Wong, Vinegar Strokes, Gothy Kendoll, Skaredy Kat, Cheryl Hole and Crystal entering the work room for […]

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Bibliophile | Neal Drinnan unearths secrets in ‘The Devil’s Grip’

The Devil’s Grip by Neal Drinnan Simon & Schuster The Devil’s Grip is an expression used to describe a genetic defect in sheep. It is an anatomical depression of the spine near the head and the small indentation is considered to be a flaw on the show circuit. Sometimes it goes unnoticed and can be […]

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