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Loud & Queer: LGBT+ artistic processes and gender at work

This episode of Loud & Queer heard Sammy, Elizabeth and Laura discuss some of the latest cases of gender discrimination in the […]

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Loud & Queer: a trans memoir and queer moments of joy

Big things are kicking off season 2 for Loud & Queer! Elizabeth and Laura highlight some things that bring them joy in […]

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Loud & Queer reviews Melbourne Queer Film Festival

Tune in for Loud & Queer’s rundown on the 2021 Melbourne Queer Film Festival! Laura (they/them) and Elizabeth (she/her) dove into four […]

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Loud & Queer: queer musicians from Fergie to Frank Ocean

Sit down with Elizabeth, Laura and a cup of tea to hear about our favourite queer musicians from childhood to now, how […]

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Loud & Queer: Second Idol, gender diversity in music and positive LGBT+ rep

Sit down for another episode of Loud & Queer to hear this week’s LGBTQ+ news, local music, inspiring queer characters, and Laura […]

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Chronic disadvantage found among social housing tenants

The first report of longitudinal study Maximising Impact has highlighted the chronic, often lifelong disadvantage experienced by social housing tenants, revealing complex […]

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Sexual violence gag laws: Government almost silenced families of deceased victims

CONTENT WARNING: This story mentions sexual assault. If you or someone you know needs help, please contact Lifeline at 13 11 14, […]

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2020-21 Victorian State Budget: What’s in it for young people?

The 2020-21 Victorian State Budget was announced today and features an extraordinary amount of spending on infrastructure, mental health and education. Reporters […]

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From the U.S to Moreland Council: How common is postal ballot voter fraud?

Although the Trump campaign is largely failing to prove pervasive electoral fraud in the 2020 U.S presidential election, mail-in ballots are not […]

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Government funds Indigenous-led bushfire management programs, is it enough?

After the Federal Government announcement of $2 million for Indigenous fire and land management workshops grants, Millie Spencer spoke to Greens Senator […]