The full line-up for the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras has been revealed today, with tickets now on sale for over 70 events celebrating the best of our city’s pride and diversity.
Based on the creative concept of a colourful ‘kaleidoscope’, the three-week festival will offer up a slather of celebratory selections, with an array of free and ticketed events including fabulous parties; world-class cabaret, theatre and musical performances; premiere film screenings; all-inclusive community, social and youth events; interactive panel discussions; and unforgettable art exhibitions.
It’s that time of year again when men strip off and pose for photos to raise funds and awareness for various causes. They all just happen to be smoking hot… and here’s two that caught our eye.
Retired rugby star come activist Ben Cohen’s calendar has become a favourite round the world each year as he strips down to raise funds for his organisation StandUp.
The station’s been celebrating its birthday early all week because for December 1st they have put their celebrations aside to focus globally on an important cause.
In partnership with AIDS 2014 and Living Positive Victoria, JOY 94.9 are hosting an on-air and online 24 hour radio and web stream event: World AIDS Day Worldwide.
They had sweat stains seeping through their t-shirts and slouched back against the wall. Their legs were wide apart, airing the balls that were stuffed into footy shorts so tight that they must have restricted blood flow. When their sandwiches arrived it was like watching two starved buffalos ravage the carcass of a gazelle. Aioli oozing down their thick fingers…
She’s been sentenced to 35 years in a military prison, and has now spoken up about her need to gender transition and live from now on as Chelsea Manning.
When starring in TV’s Prison Break a few years ago, he’d always denied being gay, but the 41-year-old now felt it was the right time to speak out in protest at Russia’s scandalous new anti-gay laws.
Tomlin’s revelation came at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Pre-Emmy Performers Peer Group reception in California this week.
The high court gave celebrants one more reason to cheer Sunday when Justice Anthony Kennedy rejected a last-ditch effort by opponents to stop gay marriages in California.
Among the thousands at San Francisco's event, now in its 43rd year, were scores of teenage girls, opposite-sex couples and families with children.
"You can feel the smiles," Graham Linn, 42, of Oakland said as he stood on a three-foot-tall building ledge surveying crowds 10-deep on the sidewalks. "All around you there is a release. There is a vindication, and you can feel it."
He issued a challenge to Opposition Leader Tony Abbott – that he should allow his Coalition MPs their own individual vote on the issue next time it comes up in Parliament, like the Labor Party did last year.
“Whoever wins the next election, let’s just have the civility to open this to a conscience vote for all,” said Rudd today.
On Friday April 26th The Beat will host a night with something for everyone.
All 5 rooms will have events to showcase The Beat Megaclub's diversity. Dance floor icons & one of the most successful trance & techno groups worldwide! Brookyln Bounce will be supported by Beat resident DJs Kid Ninja, Faith, Tyson Stylus & Mr Mac.
It will be a night to satisfy many different tastes. Tickets available for $20 at the door on the night.
Get ready to bounce !
Subsequently her character on the Ellen sitcom admitted to being gay. The show was cancelled the following year.
DeGeneres revealed she didn’t receive any showbiz jobs for three years and that she went broke. She says it made her a stronger person.
Moore describes the crossing as “a fabulous piece of public art,” which she says will bring a smile to the faces of the thousands of tourists who’ll visit the city for Mardi Gras this week.
Bowie dusts off his acting skills for the clip which also stars English actress Tilda Swinton as his suburban housewife.
The progressive St Matthews-in-the-City church is making headlines with the sign shown above, inviting discussion about the sexual orientation of Jesus Christ himself.
The billboard depicts the Baby Jesus in his crib with a halo of rainbow colours. “It’s Christmas. Time for Jesus to come out,” it reads.