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Va Va Voom at the Bamboozle Room!

The Kings Cross we all once knew and loved (or dreaded) is gone – and that may not be such a bad thing. The public has long been crying out for a new era of venues that can cater to eclectic entertainment to revitalise this energy-dry city; Sydney has been long overdue for a makeover, […]

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Getting Glittery With Unicorns

Following the past weekend’s Mardi Gras antics we caught up with Unicorns organiser & sparkle queen Delsi Moleta. It was the first time that Unicorns had hosted an event at Sydney Mardi Gras, and holy bananas, Batman, were we impressed. Free love vibes radiated throughout the Imperial Hotel, while partygoers shimmered and shimmied in a sea of […]

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Women’s March Sydney – Uniting Around the Globe

On the 21st of January, 2017 women from all around the globe united in solidarity for the Women’s March in their respective cities. This is a movement that has come as a well deserved response to U.S President Trump’s recent inauguration and his clear lack of respect for women’s rights. Attacks on abortion services, reproductive healthcare […]

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Fly high with Sky Sirens

Let us take you into a magical pink space, where girls turn into sirens. Pole dancing and burlesque are not new in the world of fitness and exercise. Widely enjoyed by the public, pole dancing has increased significantly in popularity over the past few years, with petitions currently circulating to make it an Olympic sport. […]

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Independence Day “Drag Invasion”

On Independence Day my photographer friend, Justin Wee, and I visited The Pines on Fire Island in New York. During the 70’s, a restaurant on the island denied entry to a visitor in drag. The Pines is a beach town on Fire Island, east of NYC with a predominately gay community . When the customer’s […]

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