“In year 10, I found out (through a friend, and a newer teacher) that my sexuality was on a school record; the school was advising my teachers that my sexuality was a ‘problem’ without even consulting me.”
Imagine this: you are born into a world in which anyone can get married to whomever they choose. When you are deciding who to marry, or sleep with, or date, you just look around at everyone and choose someone who makes you feel happy and who you get along with. It’s not ‘normal’ for there …
Part I of an interview series with those most affected by the postal vote.
“In his essay, Law astutely tracks the maliciousness of The Australian’s attack on Safe Schools – a saga that he says amounts to a ‘beat-up’.”
“Three queer* Bossy contributors reflect on the good, the bad and the ugly of seeking medical help.”
A statement by the People of Colour Caucus at Queer* Collaborations 2017.
“The concept of ‘coming out’ as transgender to others is often given more gravity than ‘coming out’ as transgender to yourself. It is, however, very difficult to figure out who you are and what you want to do with your own life.”
“An important part of keeping great company is finding spaces that make all of us feel comfortable so I’ve compiled a short list of safe and welcoming spaces and events in Canberra for you and all your female, fluid, queer and male friends.”