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Let’s start a New Year’s Revolution in 2019

Let’s start a New Year’s Revolution in 2019

The start of a new year can be a time for celebration a time for reflection and a not-so-joyous time for those of us who aren’t yet comfortable with who, what or where we are in our lives at this current moment. Maybe you even feel a combination of all these three. For me, there […]

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Food, drinks & shopping – Whatley Crescent in Maylands has it all

Food, drinks & shopping – Whatley Crescent in Maylands has it all

Maylands’ Whatley Crescent is one of the coolest neighbourhoods in town, and it’s a spot that can satisfy all your brunch, lunch and munch needs. Plus it’s a great place to do some Christmas shopping and find a bunch of unique gifts. Lonely Planet recently declared the area one of the three coolest suburbs in […]

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Bisexual+ Community Perth on why visibility is still so important

Bisexual+ Community Perth on why visibility is still so important

In 2017, Bisexual+ Community Perth marched for the first time in the Pride Parade with approximately 40 people – bi, pan and multi-gender attracted individuals, all letting their bi flag fly. This year, in the biggest-ever Pride Parade to take Perth’s streets by storm, close to 100 people marched with the bi banner and the […]

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Will Tumblr survive without adult content?

Will Tumblr survive without adult content?

Popular social media platform Tumblr has announced that after 17th December it will no longer allow adult content. Many experts believe the platform will struggle to survive once the ban is implemented. Tumblr said adult content contained within photos, videos, or GIFs that show real-life human genitals or female-presenting nipples would be banned, and any […]

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Give rugby a try this weekend with the Perth Rams

Give rugby a try this weekend with the Perth Rams

Local queer Rugby team the Perth Rams are holding a have-a-go day on Saturday, if you’ve never played or understood what rugby is all about this is your chance to have a try. They be down at Loton Park Tennis Club tomorrow from 12pm – 2pm, and after you’ve given rugby a go, there’ll be […]

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WA AIDS Council turned Perth red for World AIDS Day

WA AIDS Council turned Perth red for World AIDS Day

On Saturday December 1st, landmarks around the City of Perth turned red for World AIDS Day. Yagan Square, Optus Stadium, Matagarup Bridge, Elizabeth Quay, The Bell Tower, Council House, Crown Metropol, The Court, Regal Theatre, Perth Concert Hall, Trafalgar Bridge, St Mary’s Cathedral and The Old Mill all lit up in shades of red to […]

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WA AIDS Council releases MIPA Report and Action Plan

WA AIDS Council releases MIPA Report and Action Plan

The WA AIDS Council (WAAC) has released a report into its operations following a 12 month consultation process with people living with HIV and affected communities. The organisation’s chair, Asanka Gunasekera, said the extensive organisation wide audit of the WA AIDS Council’s programs and services was focused on how HIV positive people contribute to the […]

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Black Rainbow receives $20,000 grant from The Channel

Black Rainbow receives $20,000 grant from The Channel

Indigenous suicide prevention group Black Rainbow has been awarded a $20,000 grant from giving circle The Channel. The original premise of Black Rainbow was to advocate for the LGBQTI Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community after noticing our underrepresentation in suicide prevention. The group headed by Dameyon Bonson share that what they’ve discovered is that […]

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Queer to Air: How we use different labels for sexuality and gender

Queer to Air: How we use different labels for sexuality and gender

The Freedom Centre released an episode of their Queer to Air podcast each day during Pridefest. The series is created by young people who utilise the LGBTIQ+ youth centre and explores a range of topics relating to promoting good mental health. In this episode Bryan, Chase, Claire and Jacob chat about the different labels we […]

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Jordan Peterson and Dave Rubin will tour Australia

Jordan Peterson and Dave Rubin will tour Australia

Conservative author Dr Jordan B Peterson is bringing his 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos  tour to Australia in 2019 and bringing special guest Dave Rubin with him. The best selling author is a well known conservative speaker whose book 12 Rules for Life was released earlier this year. Peterson is an outspoken critic of political […]

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