‘WE’RE FAMILY TOO’

The effects of homophobia in Arabic-speaking communities in New South Wales. In 2003, the NSW Attorney General’s Department (AGD) released its landmark report on homophobic hostilities and violence against lesbians and gay men, You Shouldn’t Have to Hide to be…

Always Was, Always Will Be.

It is a compilation including all of the stories, resources and services, relevant to young LGBTQIA+ indigenous folk, that we have shared in the Indigenous Voices section of our newsletter in 2020. We have produced this material in collaboration with…

Queer and present danger: Part 2

Queer and present danger is a three-part series written in response to the cancellation of queer events across 2023. Many a battle has been won but, as this year has shown us, glory and progress are fragile and easily stripped…

Intersectionality, Privilege and Lived Experience

The term “Intersectionality” was first coined by Kimberlé Crenshaw in 1989, who described it as “a lens through which you can see where power comes and collides, where it interlocks and intersects.” She published a paper titled “Demarginalizing the Intersection…

Intersex: intersectionalities with disabled people

The lived experience of intersex people, and the intersex movement, have many intersectionalities with experiences of disability and the disability movement. This intersectionality is well understood by IHRA, with a long history of co-operation with disability organisations, but it is…

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