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Love is Love - life after the vote
Annette Baker and Gabriele Caplice talk on life in the lead up to the historical YES vote to legalise Gay Marriage in Australia, what it means to be truly empowered as women, and growing up knowing that society 'does not approve' of who you are.
Same sex relationships part 1 – first realisations
In this first of a series of interviews, three same sex couples discuss growing up gay and other insights into their formative years and experiences in relationships.
Knowing I was gay
From five years old I had a knowing that I was gay and I also knew it would be something I lived later in life. At the time I didn't know how, I just knew that it was there inside of me and that it was a natural part of who I was.
Expressing love in same sex relationships
Expressing love in a same sex relationship is something natural, and a natural part of being human. To want to share love deeply and express sexually is a natural feeling in relationships and needn’t alter or become an issue if the individuals are of the same sex.
Marriage equality – What’s love got to do with it?
Marriage Equality – Why aren’t we making it about Love?
Coming out – what does this truly mean?
What does the term ‘Coming out’ truly expose in our society? Who decides what is normal?
Love is Love: Gender and the truth in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night
Twelfth Night is a dark, bittersweet comedy about Love. Shakespeare pulls the plug on the folly of human behaviour that we subscribe to when it comes to gender, love, and desire . . . all of which we have imagined love to be but which actually sets us up to keep love at bay.
The burden of ideals and beliefs and 'coming out' gay
How do you live free of the burden of all ideals and beliefs if you’re coming to the truth of your sexuality?
Same sex relationships part 2 - love is love
In part 2 of this conversation three same sex couples share their wisdom on being true to yourself, and what it is to have loving relationships.
“I’m Coming Out!”
“I never felt the need to stand up and claim my gay crown for all to see, it really wasn’t a big deal for me. Why do I have to confess to something that in my body felt natural?”