On June 24,a group of 1, people gathered in Taylor Square to speak out against discrimination, joining a wave of gay rights protests around the world. Despite being legal, the march was broken up by police and 53 people were arrested, and many were beaten in their cells. The Sydney Morning Herald newspaper published the names, occupations and addresses of those arrested, which caused great anguish at a time when homosexuality was still illegal in NSW it was only decriminalised in
And on Saturday, Kylie Minogue50, certainly sent fans into a frenzy when she was spotted in the crowds of the iconic event. The On A Night Like This singer looked glamorous as ever as she slipped into a figure-hugging golden dress to watch the city's parade. She's golden!
Top definition. Although Mardi Gras Day is the big day of celebration it is the days, or should we say nights, that are really celebrated. Random hookups, exposures of oneself, and complete and total memory loss and lack of judgement occur on these wondeful nights.
Sydney Mardi Gras is one helluva party and famous the world over. All Mardi Gras festivals are a little bit camp but nothing comes close to the one in Sydney. The beautiful thing about Sydney is its eclectic mix of people and the way in most cases everyone celebrates and supports each other. Around the first week of March every year, the people of Sydney get together in an effort to create an exquisite event.
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We dress up or down in an effort to look and feel sexy at these events, while the bodies of thousands of party attendees, all slippery with sweat, present themselves like a chocolate-box assortment of sexual choice. Sex has been an integral part of community dance parties for about as long as anybody can remember. The more experienced party-goers talk wistfully about the sexed-up glory days of the stables in the old showgrounds, while comedian Mark Trevorrow summed up the Hordern Pavilion toilets phenomenon some years ago in the book Mardi Gras: True Stories. This recurring, unofficial Mardi Gras event bears all the hallmarks of ritual, Trevorrow wrote.
Mass Pleasures, the company behind some of the classiest if over-the-top, but hey, that's kind of the point sex parties in the city, offer an upscale, discreet and confidential swingers experience for the kinky couple or sufficiently sexy single lady with money to burn. Attendees can mingle, flirt, swing and sex the night away in a safe, secluded location the exact address of which will be given to ticket-holders 24 hours before the event. A "basic" pass for couples, which means BYOB bring your own ballgag?
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras returns in for the 40th anniversary of the festivalwith a programme that marches confidently into the future. Officially launched on Friday 15 February, the event is jam-packed with an exciting schedule of local and international queer performances, dance parties, theatremusic, workshops, exhibitions and over community events under one roof. Fearless is also a call to action for the future, calling on the LGBTQI community to be strong, brave, loud and proud and unite at Mardi Gras to celebrate as one. You must be logged in to post a comment.