You need to be logged in to go any further. I have seen some of the most avant-garde work in Sydney within this space, attended surreal and energised parties, including the annual costume ball Monsta Gras, and participated in workshops, forums and film screenings.
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Of course, Sydney is world famous for its annual Mardi Gras Festival, but this eclectic city and its surrounds has a large number of year-round experiences on offer. Oxford Street is the main strip and starting point for all things homo-centric. From Our Twitter Feed. In the popular imagination Australia is blond bodies frolicking on white beaches under blue skies stretching as far as the eye can see.
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The event is held on the first Friday of every month and is marketed as after-work drinks for lesbian professionals. By Patrick Abboud , a documentary filmmaker and television presenter who co-hosts and produces for the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
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