Bent TV: Trans-mission (Gem)
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For more information about Bent TV Incorporated, please visit: http://www.benttv.org.au/ Synopsis For this last episode of Trans-mission, Nate Reid is joined by Gem, who among other things works with Genderqueer Australia. Very interesting to hear Gem talk about the definitions of Gender queer and the issue of ‘not being trans enough’ for either the community or to get the right medical treatment. Another fascinating personal and yet political story. Trailer
New GQA events calendar
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We’ve got a new events calendar here at the GQA website, which we’ve just finished setting up. You might think it’s just another calendar, BUT this one is different! Just by clicking the +Subscribe button, you can add the calendar to your computer or smartphone and Never Miss Another Event! Dead useful really. Take a peek at the new events calendar by clicking here!  
24-02-2013: GQA and Gender Blender clothes swap!
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Join the clothes swap on Facebook | View the map to Edinburgh gardens When: 2pm, 24th February, 2013 Where: Edinburgh Gardens, St. George’s Road, Fitzroy North (Click for map to Edinburgh gardens) How: 112 tram from Collins Street in Melbourne What GQA, Gender Blender and friends will be getting together for an impromptu picnic and clothes swap in the park. Bring your pre-loved clothes and goods to swap, donate, sell or share. Have a summer …
GQA does Midsumma carnival 2013
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Where: Birrarung Marr, Melbourne (down the river from Flinders Street and Federation Square). When: 11am – 6pm, 13 January 2013 Come and join Butch Femme Trans and Genderqueer Australia for our annual hangout at Birrarung Marr during Midsumma carnival this year. We’re under the fabric gazebo on the grass in front of the main stage and will post photos to let everyone know where we are on the day. If you’re on Facebook, you can …
GQA does pride march in 2013
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 Join the GQA Facebook page event Pride 2013 – marching position 2F! Genderqueer Australia is going to take part in next year’s Pride March in Melbourne, as part of the greater LGBTIQ community. It’ll be the first time we march (well, to be honest, it’s more of a meander) down Fitzroy Street with everyone else. We’ll end up at the gardens at the bottom where we’ll hopefully be able to stop, take a rest and …