Brisbane Pride March celebrates 27 years

Pride flags Brisbane Pride March 2018

MICHAEL SLEEP Brisbane celebrated its 27th annual Pride March on Saturday, the first in the city since same sex marriage was legalised in Australia late last year. The march began in Fortitude Valley and moved down Brunswick Street for 2.3 … [Read more...]

Lifeline says it’s possible to bounce Back

SAMUEL BURNETT Suicide is still seen as a taboo subject, something that polite society may pretend it does not exist, but it is a very real problem. The World Health Organisation have estimated one person commits suicide every 40 seconds, … [Read more...]

Out of the closet: mentoring our LGBTIQ youth

ELOISE LE GROS Brisbane's only network association designed to support young LGBTIQ professionals is calling for applications to join it's professional mentoring program. Out for Australia's unique career mentorship program, provides … [Read more...]

Record numbers march for marriage equality in Brisbane

ARIANA PANETTIERE More than 5000 people gathered in Brisbane's Queen's Park last Saturday as part of the largest rally for LGBTI rights in the states's history. The rally, organised by Equal Love Brisbane was headlined by pop musicians and … [Read more...]

‘Fashion of the moment’ has been given 100 days

NICHOLAS MCDONALD Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has promised a conscience vote on marriage equality within 100 days should he win the election. The PM has acknowledged he has ‘evolved’ on the issue of marriage equality much to the delight of … [Read more...]

Public hits back at anti-funding petition for gay festival

SARAH ROHWEDER Brisbane residents have hit back at an attempt to axe funding for the city’s most popular gay and lesbian festival through a new online petition. The petition, lodged on Brisbane City Council’s website by Manly resident Matthew … [Read more...]

BCC under pressure to axe Pride Festival funding

SARAH ROHWEDER Brisbane City Council is under pressure to axe funding for the city’s largest gay and lesbian festival after receiving hundreds of signatures on an online petition. Brisbane Pride Festival president Deeje Hancock said there would … [Read more...]