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Festival of Live Art: Celebration of Queer Culture

Acclaimed American, Melbourne-based artist Jonathan Homsey brings Mx.Red (pronounced misread), an augmented reality experience, and a Waackin’ Ball to Footscray Community Arts Centre on Friday 23rd March as part of the 2018 Festival of Live Art . The free Mx.Red installation combines motion capture technology and live performances to create a new experience of dance, […]

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Home: A Queer Cooking Series

Home is a queer cooking series created by Michael Chernak, a queer filmmaker, video editor and photographer residing in East London. Focusing on providing an inclusive experience for the LGBTQIA+ community, Home is about real people and real food. It’s about coming together, taking care of each other and sharing stories. It seeks to create […]

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Same Sex Marriage: Youth Advocates For Change

As the government scrambled together to understand their own directions for the plebiscite, 16 and 17-year-olds began to see the chance of voting in the upcoming same-sex marriage postal vote. Thanks to Stephen Murray’s tweet questioning whether or not the 47,000 16 and 17 year olds were to vote in the plebiscite, the public began […]

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Fetish Wear; Turning a Niché into a Way of Life

When you think of the term ‘fetish wear,’ what comes to mind? Dungeons, whips, chains, BDSM, sex orgies, leather and metal that doesn’t leave the privacy of a boudoir…right? Wrong. This outdated concept that restricts fetish wear purely to the bedroom has since evolved into daily attire. Design houses like Alexander McQueen, Jean Paul Gaultier, […]

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Voting on the Right to Love; Dystopia is our Reality

I had a terrible dream last night, a surreal nightmare painted in lucid awareness. It was set in a futuristic dystopian society, one in which people had been stripped of their basic human rights and placed into a lottery system, where their peers got to vote on how they could live, and under what conditions. […]

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