Bent Street 3 sees the publication covering exciting developments within the broader Australian queer community, including the strengthening of public displays of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQA+ pride and visibility, views on ‘gay conversion’, historical perspectives on Stonewall, queer cabaret, religious discrimination, and much more. Bent Street 3 brings you ‘The Year in Queer 2019’.
Edited by Tiffany Jones.
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Bent Street 3 – contents and selected articles
above: Alyssa Edwards by Mel Simpson
Indigenous Queer Studies academic, Andrew Farrell, a Wodi Wodi descendant from Jerrinja Aboriginal community on the South Coast of NSW, describes their development of world-first Aboriginal Queer University Units.
The Prince of Redfern – Bee Cruse
Jamie James — photographs Koori Gras 2019
Jamie James’ pictures of Koori Gras 2019 include the cover image for Bent Street 3 (Nova Gina, Black Nulla, Koori Gras 2019) – and (below) Mad B, Black Nulla, Koori Gras, Carriageworks. Images copyright Jamie James.
Still Here, Still Queer, Still Invisible—Mandy Henningham
The Church Herself—Clare Monagle
Ending LGBT conversion practices—Timothy W Jones, Jennifer Power, Tiffany M Jones
Rainbow Warriors Unite! —Alison Thorne
Proud 2 Play: LGBT+ Inclusion in Australian Sport—Ryan Storr
Frank Bonnici – art
Pride marches are contested space—Lisa Farrell
What LGBT parents want in schools—Trent Mann, Tiffany Jones
Everyone is south of China—Jason Li
‘Sodom Today, Gomorrah the world!’—Geoff Allshorn
2019: the year in queer
Renovator’s delight—Terry Jaensch
Ext. Park. Night.—Terry Jaensch
Birds that haunt me—Ashley Williams
Comfortable—Samuel Luke Beatty
cab thoughts: EMP ty—Anna Leah D. Luna-Raven
Trading Saints— (Three poems) Jocelyn Deane
Her Homophobic Husbands—Reese Downing
Two poems—Stuart Barnes
Road Ode – Cat Cotsell
The Arrangement—Henry von Doussa
Circumstances beyond our control—John Bartlett