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“When I realised I was attracted to blokes, I found it impossibly out of sync with every aspect of my identity as a man.” Holden takes us from Geraldton to Europe and back again, with much to say in between.
"It’s literally almost like armour which I’ve heard a lot of drag queens say before—their drag is their armour. And it’s very true."
"I got my first pair of heels from a friend who is a heel fanatic, I bought a cheap-ass wig and I found this power suit from the Salvation Army and I had just whirled on that stage and I won a hundred dollars that night. And I was like, ‘This is—this is drag, this is fucking drag.’"
"At the same time, going back to how and why I originally started doing her as a person, Liberty Jackson, it was to push boundaries, was to have a point of view and to challenge people, especially in somewhere like Perth where there is such a masc for masc culture."
In the wake of the postal survey on same sex marriage in Australia, we were privileged to sit down with Ben and Eduardo. Their story reminds us why we support same sex marriage, who will be impacted by the result, and what it means to same sex couples to have the right to get married.
Matthew and Daniel Bacon share their stories about self-love, identity, and queer resilience.
Jay Anderson spent the majority of his life in Kalgoorlie—a red-dirt town full of miners who are seemingly, more often than not, too-pissed-to-piss-straight.
Emery Wishart is a pre-service primary school teacher with a passion for supporting trans and gender diverse community development.
Jordan Fletcher speaks of growing up gay in the "cultural oasis that is Kalgoorlie".
Alex Watson grew up in the sand and surf of Geraldton and has a passion for stories in all forms.
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