Home » Posts tagged with » Graeme Watson (Page 3)

OUTinPerth’s most read stories of 2015

OUTinPerth’s most read stories of 2015

As 2015 comes to an end, we here at OUTinPerth are taking stock of all that has passed these last few months. Here, we break down our top 20 most read stories from this past year as we sail towards 2016.   20. Isabelle Lake inducted to WA Women’s Hall of Fame Isabelle Lake was posthumously […]

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Read More

Those outraged by the film ‘Gayby Baby’ should watch it

Those outraged by the film ‘Gayby Baby’ should watch it

Today the Daily Telegraph  launched a full on assault on a Sydney school that had proposed screening of new Australian documentary ‘Gayby Baby’. Dedicating its front page to condemn the school’s principal and publishing a cartoon of a child being doused in rainbows, while inside columnist Piers Akerman labels LGBTIQ Australians and their families as […]

Tags: , , , , ,

Read More

When in Rome: Our guide to Italy’s capital

When in Rome: Our guide to Italy’s capital

There are so many things to do and see in Rome a few days can quickly be filled with sightseeing, great food and endless sampling of gelato. The centre of Rome is filled with cobbled streets that open up on grand boulevards. It’s easy to get one from famous location to the next with a […]

Tags: , , , ,

Read More

Editor’s Thoughts: This is Australia Calling

Editor’s Thoughts: This is Australia Calling

Eurovision is a strange competition. I’ve stumbled over it playing on SBS on a Sunday night, a peculiar parade of quirky and odd acts vying to win a title for a well written song. The glaring chasms of cross cultural differences exposed through music and dance. It quickly sucks you in though, what starts as […]

Tags: , , , ,

Read More

Is Opposition to Marriage Equality Really About the Sanctity of Marriage?

Is Opposition to Marriage Equality Really About the Sanctity of Marriage?

OPINION The other day Channel 9 posted a teaser about a new show on their Facebook page. ‘Married at First Sight’ is a new reality show where a team of experts pair up singles based on their compatibility and they then get married to each other on television. The couples meet each other for the […]

Tags: , , , , ,

Read More

Something Different: Why We Changed Our Tagline

Something Different: Why We Changed Our Tagline

Last month we were discussing how OUTinPerth could make a greater impact in different areas. Our team brainstormed ideas for the year ahead including how we contribute to conversations about gender identity and transitioning, suicide prevention, support for people who have experienced sexual assault, the level of drug use within our community, sexual health and […]

Tags: , ,

Read More

On the Line: Joel Creasey

On the Line: Joel Creasey

Joel Creasey is heading home for Fringe World to perform his brand new show. He chatted to Graeme Watson about searching for the perfect Caesar Salad, the benefits of having a stylist, and celebrity recognition. Hi Joel, how are you doing? I’m great! Do you know this is the seventh time you’ve chatted to OUTinPerth? […]

Tags: , , , ,

Read More

Just a Thought: At the End of the Day

Just a Thought: At the End of the Day

When Victor Hugo published his great novel ‘Les Miserables’ in 1862 he wrote in the preface his reasons for creating the story. So long as there shall exist, by reason of law and custom, a social condemnation, which, in the face of civilization, artificially creates hells on earth, and complicates a destiny that is divine […]

Tags: , , , , ,

Read More

CD Reviews: November

CD Reviews: November

The Kooks Listen The tight 11 tracks arranged seamlessly to create the latest album ‘Listen’ by the Kooks are unsurprisingly superb. Sticking to Brit-Rock genre with a ‘don’t fix what’s not broken’ mentality, the band only break away from the mould for ‘Westside’, where the introduction of electro undertones leaves the band sounding strangely like […]

Tags: , , , , , ,

Read More

25 Great LGBTIQ Reads

Looking for a great book to read? We asked activist Aram Hosie, film reviewer Lezly Herbert, poet Scott-Patrick Mitchell, Graeme Watson and Sophie Joske what their favourite books were. Fun Home  by Alison Bechdel (2006) This graphic autobiography tells the story of how Bechdel’s closeted gay father killed himself weeks after she came out as […]

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Read More