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Gay and lesbian, then and now : Australian stories from a social revolution [electronic resource] / Shirleene Robinson, Robert Reynolds.

By: Robinson, Shirleene.
Contributor(s): Reynolds, Robert.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: [Collingwood, Vic.] : Black Inc., 2016ISBN: 9781925435030.Subject(s): Gay men -- Australia -- Social conditions | Lesbians -- Australia -- Biography | Gay liberation movement -- Australia | Homosexuality -- Australia -- HistoryOnline resources: Access eBook online Summary: ?These are our stories. All of us live in them.? -Anton Enus, SBS News This is the story of a peaceful revolution. From the underground beats of 1950s Brisbane and illicit relationships in the armed services, to Grindr, foster parenting and weddings in the twenty-first century, Gay & Lesbian, Then & Now reveals the remarkable social shifts from one generation to the next. Where once gay and lesbian Australians were treated as criminals, sinners or sick, today they are increasingly accepted as equal. The majority of Australians support same-sex marriage. This rapid transformation in attitudes has opened the way for lesbians and gays to ?become ordinary? - to experience freedoms that were once barely imaginable. Gay & Lesbian, Then & Now reveals the legacies of homophobia, the personal struggles and triumphs involved in coming out, and the many different ways of being gay or lesbian in Australia - then and now. It is a moving account of a quiet revolution.
List(s) this item appears in: Queer Culture Books and DVD's August 2019
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?These are our stories. All of us live in them.? -Anton Enus, SBS News This is the story of a peaceful revolution. From the underground beats of 1950s Brisbane and illicit relationships in the armed services, to Grindr, foster parenting and weddings in the twenty-first century, Gay & Lesbian, Then & Now reveals the remarkable social shifts from one generation to the next. Where once gay and lesbian Australians were treated as criminals, sinners or sick, today they are increasingly accepted as equal. The majority of Australians support same-sex marriage. This rapid transformation in attitudes has opened the way for lesbians and gays to ?become ordinary? - to experience freedoms that were once barely imaginable. Gay & Lesbian, Then & Now reveals the legacies of homophobia, the personal struggles and triumphs involved in coming out, and the many different ways of being gay or lesbian in Australia - then and now. It is a moving account of a quiet revolution.

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