I am sitting in the dining room of the Holiday Inn at Potts Point with Sarah and the kids. It’s the morning before Mardi Gras and, as I glance around the room, I realise its chock-full of queers: older gay male couples, tables of fit boys, and groups of middle-aged dykes. I do a quick […]
The Day the World Changed: Behind the Scenes at the Parliament
Last week Star Observer ran this story about our trip to Canberra and I shared it on social media. This version – with added pics – is for the record and all the non social media peeps. The girls cartwheel across the Parliament forecourt as Corin parkours up the surrounding sloping walls. Given the events […]
It’s OK to feel like crap!
It’s been a few days since the announcement and I’ve been trying to process how I feel. It’s complex. Difficult. Messy. And it’s taken time. But I’ve had some good conversations and I think I’ve got it now. I’ve been listening to other people too and I think some of you might be in the […]
We fought for marriage and equality
For my non-Facebook followers. I’ve been following the discussion about what happens after ‘Yes’ very closely. This is a personal perspective – in The Guardian today. Jac
Thanks for the ride peeps!
If you are on the Australian Equality Party mailing list or are a Facebook friend, you may have already read this in a Newsletter or Note. This blog is for everyone else, and especially for my Canadian in-laws, who stay in touch by blog – and who’ve been extremely supportive of this venture. It’s also […]