Monthly Archives: October 2010

Black Juju

Musical catharsis from Lydia Lunch. Seemed appropriate for today.

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Sister Unity

Sister Unity is simply divine. Not just for their lashes, or their chiffon or their greasepaint, but for their wisdom and compassion and humour. Here they are telling you ‘It Gets Better.‘ Here they are telling the tale of the … Continue reading

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So you want to get a PhD in the Humanities…

Perfect. Just perfect! ‘A bright motivated undergrad decides to ask her professor for a recommendation to graduate school’ in this piece by AllisonLes on Xtranormal.  

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Guys and Dolls

Tommy J is a delightful young man who not only knows how to do all sorts of quiffs and rolls and whatnots, but will tell you all about the joys of the cut-throat razor whilst you listen to rockabilly and … Continue reading

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Still Fierce *CALL FOR PERFORMERS*

Still Fierce: Sydney Intersex, Sex and/or Gender Diverse Collective is looking for Intersex, Sex and/or Gender Diverse [ISGD] performers, artists and participants for the upcoming Trans Day of Remembrance performance night, which will be held on Saturday 20th November at Serial … Continue reading

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Piers Atkinson Millinery

Much inspiration and beauty to be found here. Such as these…

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Pretty Peepers Cabaret

After 10 fabulous years Gurlesque, co-founder Glitta Supernova presents her newest lovechild “Pretty Peepers Cabaret” A variety show of theatrical extravagance, Pretty Peepers Cabaret will be an underground pleasure palace of artistic and intellectual abandon, where we celebrate the diversity … Continue reading

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