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How to help our introverted friends & folks with anxiety survive Fringe World

How to help our introverted friends & folks with anxiety survive Fringe World

It’s the largest annual event in WA and the third largest Fringe in the world! 31 days of comedy, circus, arts, and cabaret. Where the city center swells with performers and punters. Frivolity, Pop-Up bars, laughter… and… people… absolutely… everywhere. While most of us are either performing, out supporting friends gigs or meticulously planning our […]

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Review | Fall in love with Rouge: A queer variety extravaganza

Review | Fall in love with Rouge: A queer variety extravaganza

Rouge | The West Australian Spiegeltent | til 10th Feb | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★  Lights dim. A single spotlight focuses on the far corner of the glorious West Australian Spiegeltent. “Ladies, gentlemen and our friends beyond the binary – Welcome to Rouge!” What followed was a regrettable 70 minutes. Why regrettable you ask? Well because 70 […]

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Review | Baby Got Back redefines the size queen

Review | Baby Got Back redefines the size queen

Baby Got Back: Size Queens | The Edith | til 3rd Feb | ★ ★ ★ ½  Waiting in line outside the gorgeous Edith spiegeltent on a glorious summer night, we were approached by someone in a full pink leopard latex suit who was asking for small donations to purchase “Badonkadollars” to show our love to […]

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What can I do if I’m worried about a loved one’s mental health?

What can I do if I’m worried about a loved one’s mental health?

Having conversations about the mental health and wellbeing of people we care about can be hard. Sometimes we might be worried about someone that we love. We might see them acting differently from how they usually do, maybe they have spoken with us before about their mental health, or we might just a get a […]

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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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Have a chuckle with Kirsty Webeck at the Comedy Lounge this week

Kirsty Webeck is a Melbourne-based stand-up comedian whose comedy and gift for storytelling is winning hearts and minds around the country. Despite a hectic schedule of performing at Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe Festival, The Lesbian Comedy Gala, hosting The GLORIAs, and appearing on ABC’s Tonightly With Tom Ballard – Kirsty is taking time to […]

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LGBTIQ+ Visibility: You can’t be what you can’t see

LGBTIQ+ Visibility: You can’t be what you can’t see

Recently, I was fortunate enough to attend the recent 2nd Annual Australian Ally Conference at Curtin University, and to facilitate a workshop about Lateral Hostility within the LGBTIQ+ community. Each conference session that I attended was totally different from the last, and presented a perspective that was specific to the lenses and experiences of that […]

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Helping Hands: How can we be better allies to other LGBTIQ+ people?

Helping Hands: How can we be better allies to other LGBTIQ+ people?

Lately I seem to be surrounded by people who identify as Allies to the LGBTIQ+ community. I feel like we generally have a clear and concise idea of what we expect from these Allies and (rightly so) we constantly demand for them to be held up to our benchmarks. We have manuals and trainings and […]

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IDAHOBIT: Beyond Marriage Equality – Towards Freedom

May 17th each year marks International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism and Transphobia: IDAHOBIT (Encompassing all LGBTIQ+ bodies, genders, relationships, sexualities, attractions, identities and experiences). Originally known as the International Day Against Homophobia, IDAHOBIT was established to commemorate the decision to remove homosexuality from the International Classification of Diseases of the World Health Organisation in 1990. […]

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Celebrating Milestones: 200 issues of OUTinPerth Magazine

“…you can’t plan out or perfectly schedule the big moments in your life. They just happen to you when they happen, sometimes because you made them happen and sometimes because you couldn’t stop them from happening.” Caitlin Rush The last year or so has definitively been a year of personal milestones for me – being the […]

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