Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Celebrate International Day Against Homophobia on May 26

Sydney Star Observer reports that families are invited to join in festivities organised by the NSW branch of Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) to celebrate the 'International Day Against Homophobia' in Parramatta on Sunday, May 6. Macquarie Grammar School students and the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Choir will perform. PFLAG members will then share personal stories and open the Parramatta Town Hall as a living library to members of the general public. The family day marks the start of IDAHO’s 2012 celebrations, which will continue on May 17 with the launch of the Emergence IDAHO exhibition at Quirk-ability Gallery in Parramatta. More than 40 local artists and secondary schools will explore homophobia, identity and family through art, showing new works at the gallery until May 26. The 2012 exhibition and campaign visits Western Sydney for the first time, with a focus on supporting new groups such as Muslims Against Homophobia and Wear It Purple. The exhibition will be officially launched with a reception at the gallery on May 17.

Say you think Chris Sugden might come up with an International Homophobia Day? He could bus people to the event on those 'No Gay' buses. GAFCON could meet and preach those anti-gay orthodox Bible verses and Lisa Nolland could give some lectures on correlation studies around gay and bestaliaty, and gay and pedophilia...oh and let's not forget Haydn Sennitt and David Petersen's Liberty Christian Ministries Inc input on how homosexuality is linked to the Gollum principle!

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