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Audiences will see a familiar face in Brisbane theatre group Nash Theatre’s upcoming production of La Cage Aux Folles. Ross Waghorn, who performs as drag queen Wanda D’Parke (pictured, right) will star in the iconic musical, which follows nightclub owner Georges and drag queen Albin. “It’s set in St Tropez in the South of France. …

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With the same-sex marriage debate in full swing, on Monday night Q&A raised the question of whether marriage has any place in society at all. With rising divorce rates, should we discontinue our focus on marriage and instead focus on relationships and commitment? Philosopher AC Grayling said the legal institution of marriage is very sexist …

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The winners of BootCo’s annual Mr Queensland Leather and Queensland Leather Boy competitions for 2017 have been crowned. Scott Lovegrove won the title of Mr QLD Leather at the Brisbane leather community group’s annual Corium leather and kink dance party on September 9. Nick Michael was the winner of Queensland Leather Boy 2016, also presented …

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Community events have been held throughout Queensland to mark World Suicide Prevention Day. The theme for the day (officially Sunday, September 10) was “Take a Minute, Change a Life”, aimed at emphasising the importance of having a supportive conversation with someone if you are concerned about their well-being. The increasing suicide rate is alarming, with …

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The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has released a sample of the voting form it will send out from today for the same-sex marriage postal survey. There is little on the survey form other than the question itself: Should the law be changed to allow same-sex couples to marry? More than 16 million voters are …

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With same-sex marriage survey forms hitting people’s mail boxes this week, deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce wants advocates on both sides of the debate to “get out of my face”. Mr Joyce (pictured) believes Australians have made up their minds and people are already “sick of being yelled at”. “They’ve up their mind, they’ve got …

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The NRL has backed the “yes” campaign for same-sex marriage after out rugby legend Ian Roberts appealed to the organisation to take a stand. Roberts, who came out in 1995, said he’s passionately fought for equality following the suicides of four close mates who struggled with the stigma around their sexuality. But he said it …

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Thousands have gathered in Brisbane to march in support of same-sex marriage, flooding the city streets with rainbow flags and “yes” signs. The crowd, which organisers said was the largest ever to gather at a Queensland marriage equality rally, packed into Queens Park on Sunday afternoon ahead of a march through the CBD. Equal Love …

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Two headlining shows from Australian production company Strut & Fret are bringing stunning aerial acrobatics, sword-swallowing, fire-eating and sexy cabaret to the Brisbane Festival, which kicked off around the city this weekend. Their first show, Fun House, is an all-ages, interactive circus show that is being performed for the first time features a roster of …

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A new video from Australian Marriage Equality encouraging Australians to talk to their relatives about same-sex marriage is a real tearjerker. In the video a woman named Lisa, who is in a relationship with a woman named Hayley, calls her grandma to talk to her about something she’s never talked about before: same-sex marriage. “It’s …

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