Shane & Iz - PHUKET
  • rome_o

Don't be Invisible on Valentines Day

Theres an inspirational new campaign in Perth for queer families. This Valentines Day the queer community in WA has organised a rally and festival in support of same-sex and gender diverse couples, thruples, families and other relationships.

Embedded is their promotional video - its worth a look! Website at

Unfortunately, some f@#%er has tagged this as offensive on Facebook, so we're all trying to get it out via any means we can. I encourage everyone who is inspired by this to pass it on and send the links out to their friends.

With love, rome_o

(apologies for cross-posting) 

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I am trying to organise a peaceful protest rally in Western Australia on May 11 and May 18 against governmental cooperation with greys, human abduction an human corruption, and second rally against allowing greys to land in and live in Australia, respectively. If anyone is interested please add me as a lj friend or just live a post on my ljournal. Also if you can spread the word about the rally it would be really great, as Western Australia is in a high level danger zone, and abductions happen often and more and more openly.
Sep 10
  • jobaby

Marshalls required for the 2007 Pride Parade

This year's Pride Parade looks set to be spectacular if the snippets I've heard about the floats is anything to go by.

If you're interested in getting the best view of the 2007 Pride Parade, marshalling is the way to go!

The 2007 Pride Parade is on Saturday 27th October, starting at 8:00pm. Road closures begin at 6:00pm that evening. This year we'll be providing a free BBQ and drinks for marshalls and rovers, before you move into position.

Pride WA is holding a meeting for all marshalls on Tuesday 16 October 2007 at 7:00pm at the Court Hotel. The Court Hotel is located at 50 Beaufort St Perth.

We will be confirming the availability of marshalls, deciding on a plan for the night, choosing head rovers, deciding on groups of marshalls and assigning them to specific locations. There will also be a general briefing and discussion on the Parade, and an opportunity for head rovers and marshalls to ask questions.

If you would like to be a marshall, please get in touch with me as soon as possible.

Feel free to forward this email to your friends if they are also interested in marshalling at this year's Parade.

Pride WA would also like to take this opportunity to thank you for supporting this important community event and wish you a happy and safe Pride Parade .


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Pink Flamingos screening as part of Revelation Film Festival

Pink Flamingos

Fri 20 July, 11pm lateshow

($15 full, $12 concession)

Dir: John Waters
Country: USA
Year: 1972
Duration: 93 mins

For its initial movie Pink Flamingos (1973) was originally given an ‘X’ rating in Australia, banning the film from general release. Eventually reclassified to ‘R’, it went on to do great business as it had everywhere else. Screening for seasons that lasted 45 and 50 weeks at a time, Pink Flamingos was one of the original “Midnight Movies”. Rev is delighted to continue this tradition with Pink Flamingos selected in its late show line up.

Made for $12,000, Pink Flamingos is about two families - the Marbles and the Johnsons - competing for the title of the ‘filthiest people alive’. Most (in)famous for its ‘doggy doo’ coprophilia scene, Pink Flamingos was a hit around the world grossing in excess of $10 million dollars. Waters cast his friends in the outrageous “swinger” and “redneck” roles, including his muse, drag queen “Divine”. Together they made nine films up until Divine’s untimely death in 1988.

Without Pink Flamingos cinema would be a barren landscape. Almost certainly there would no Farrelly Brothers films, no American Pie movies nor Jackass. In its 10th year, Rev is honoured to pay tribute to this great film. Seriously.

“I would never be able to do a sequel to Pink Flaminigos because it would have to end with Divine taking a shit and the dog eating it.”
- John Waters, director, Pink Flamingos

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  • ig_sim


Hi people, allow me to take up some of your time as try to bring to you awareness my new journal.

Click is created with the purpose of speaking out against bullying of all kinds. If you are a livejournal user, please do remember to add Click to your friends list. Leave your comments and please help promote the page.

Click also exists within the space of mySpace and Friendster. 

Have anything to say about bullying, please feel free to leave a message or email me. No matter where we are, bullying remains one of the biggest problem people from all walks of life face everyday. It is time to stand up against bullying of any kind. Bullying isn't just about physical or verbal abuse. Bullying is an extensive subject that faces us directly in the face every single day.

Anyway, please do support Click and help spread the word around. Take the time to read Click's bio too!

Shane & Iz - PHUKET
  • rome_o

Genderf@#k Ball (Fri 18th)

This Friday Night @ Connections Nightclub - Perth

We will be hosting the 3rd Annual Genderf@#k Ball, all proceeds of which are going to support queer students at University.

There will be cheap drinks from 8-9pm, as well as performances by Perth Activists/Genderf@#k Artists.

Additionally, we will be proud to host Plasticine's Courtney Barnes, DJ'in between 8-9pm and 11-12pm.

Entry is $10 at the door.