LGBTIQ

The LGBTIQ community are experiencing ongoing legislative and political attacks on our rights, it is as important as ever that we publicly and collectively raise our voices against these for Mardi Gras 2022. This calls for a protest to kill the bills and for LGBTIQ liberation, not just a ticketed event at SCG.

At Mardi Gras 2022, join us on Oxford Street to say: No bigotry! No right to discriminate! We want LGBTIQ liberation!

February 24, 8.30pm. Dendy Cinemas, Newtown

We meet, protest and organise on the stolen lands of the Cadigal People of the Eora Nation and stand in solidarity with First Nations people. We acknowledge that the struggles faced by transgender people disproportionately affect Indigenous trans people, Sistergirls & Brotherboys due to the ongoing effects of racism and colonisation.

Join Trans Action Warrang to rally for Trans Day of Visibility 2020. March 28, 2pm at Town Hall. Route, speakers and accessibility info to come very soon.

Demands:

Trans Pride March Melbourne on Sunday 29th of March 2020 outside the State Library of Victoria from 12pm till 1pm, is about Visibility for all in our community from Trans Men & Women, Non Binary, Gender Diverse, Gender Non Conforming, Cross Dressers, Transvestites, Drag Queens and Kings, Bi and Pan Gender and so on.

This inclusive event is about highlighting the discrimination that alot of us still face, especially for our First Nations/Sistergirls and Brothers/QTIPOC and TWOC.

Geelong Rainbow Festival 2020 is Tuesday 4 Feb to Sunday 9 Feb.

The third annual Geelong Rainbow Festival will be back bigger and better than ever so book your accommodation, get your fabulous costumes sorted and gather your crew for a huge weekend of rainbow fun.

Are you an LGBTIQA+ person who is currently working, has worked in the past, or is looking for work? 
Are you sick of being 'the only queer in the village'? Have you had things happen at work that you desperately want to talk to someone about? 
Join us for a special Geelong Pride Chat! Click GOING so we know how many snacks to bring! 

Geelong Pride March is on again!

Hosted by Geelong Rainbow Inc, Geelong Pride March is in its third year celebrating diversity and inclusion for the LGBTIQ community of Geelong and surrounding areas.

The march assembly area will be at Johnstone Park, Geelong at 10:30am on Sunday the 9th of February 2020.
The march starts at 11.30am sharp, marching Loud and Proud through Geelong's CBD.

Stonewall Uprising is a 2010 American documentary film examining the events surrounding the Stonewall riots that began during the early hours of June 28, 1969.

Stonewall Uprising concludes with an examination of the aftermath of the rioting, including the energising of the LGBTI community as a political force and the establishment of Christopher Street Liberation Day, the genesis of gay pride parades in the United States.

Where: Lower Hall, Geelong Trades Hall, 127 Myers Street Geelong, 3220

The third annual Geelong Rainbow Festival Fair Day is just around the corner and have we got a fun filled day for you!

Since our first fair day in 2018, our sleepy hollow has come alive with rainbows everywhere. The magnificent LGBTIQ community, their family, friends and allies, local businesses and organisations have shown the most incredible support for this festival and we are incredibly grateful.

So this year we are stepping it up a notch!

Geelong Pride Film Festival presents a special event screening of the beautiful new film 'Disobedience' about the love affair between two women in an Orthodox Jewish community (Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams). We are pairing this with a short film 'Aleph Melbourne' the story of the support group that changed the face of LGBTIQ acceptance in Jewish Australia.

Where: The Pivotonian Cinema, 4 Verner Street, South Geelong

Location: 43 Below, cnr Barrack and Hay Streets, Perth

Topic for discussion is the Religious Freedom Bill.

The Religious Discrimination Bill is a vile piece of legislation that will enshrine the right for a tiny bigoted minority to discriminate against LGBTI people.

Don't let the Liberals pass this appalling bill. We need to keep up the fight against these privileged right wing politicians and lobby groups. Join this protest to tell any politician supporting this bill that we don't accept their bigotry. Stand up and say NO to discrimination. 

Location: Forrest Chase, 200 Murray Street, Perth WA 6000

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