What Is it Like Living in Regional Australia as a Part of the LGBTIQA Community?

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11/15/2018

When Hugo Weaving dances along the red dirt of Broken Hill in evening gloves and an array of sequins, the world watches with affection. However, if a group of teenagers take to the streets of Whyalla waving a rainbow-striped flag, there’s no telling what will happen. For Harry Flam, 18, and Bec Aspey, 16 — members of the Gay and Sexual Pride (GASP) group — it’s an opportunity to celebrate LGBTIQ life. The newly-formed group hosted by the local Headspace is for people aged 12-25.

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