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Sampler

  20 months ago

Do you think Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras are still necessary and relevant in Australia now that we have achieved marriage equality?
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Sydney last night celebrated it's 40th annual Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. But do you think Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras are still necessary and relevant in Australia now that we have achieved equality?
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R5405577

  20 months ago
no
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sevejr

  20 months ago
Probably
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lisamuratore81

  20 months ago
Yes it’s an important reminder of how far we have come and pays tribute to the brave and innocent people who fought to live a free and happy life
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niaireldail

  20 months ago
They have achieved 'equality' on this issue but not on others. Whether you like it or not, Mardi Gras is about saying the LGBTQI community is here with bells on and that they cannot be hidden away. Mardi Gras will continue until its organising community decides it is time to cease.
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katehalliday1987

  20 months ago
No
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jane.marr5374

  20 months ago
Yes
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natthegoose

  20 months ago
Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras..... feel bad about the bi, trans and queer. Obviously they don’t have the right to get married or have their own parade. But the gays and lesbians are happy so that’s all that matters!
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etheridgebrit

  20 months ago
Yes because there is still a lot of in-equality
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meska_d

  20 months ago
no
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snieass81

  20 months ago
No I dont think its relevant anymore. For all the talk of "Equality" Heterosexuals are no longer equal & do not have their own celebration each year to attend.
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