It is the time of the month where we share what’s been happening at Mardi Gras HQ.
Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras today announces that Matika Little has joined the organisation as First Nations & Community Engagement Officer.
The Board of Sydney WorldPride 2023 is proud to announce the appointment of Sydney WorldPride CEO – Kate Wickett (She/Her).
By Deni Todorović - The human experience is my greatest love. It’s layered, it’s complex and no two humans are the same.
I love telling stories through my artwork about our LGBTIQI+ community. It doesn’t matter who you are.
The message to my community is to keep supporting each other, stand proud together and never forget your identity.
My name, Gojok, comes from the Nglakan people of South East Arnhem Land in a place called Ngukurr where the mighty Roper River flows.
I am standing in the light yet living in the shadows. Does anyone understand the enormous pain being felt?
From these incredibly different women in my life, I have been allowed to shape and find the fierce goddess that lives inside of me.
Faith is individual and faith should not hold you back from being a truly good and loving person.
Tiddas is about belonging and identifying in a respectful manner.
This Pride Month, we are proud to launch the inaugural Mardi Gras Pride Weekender; a takeover of Sydney's Metro Theatre for two days of conversation and celebration while also honouring Mardi Gras' history and heritage.
To all the lesbians, today we celebrate you and your contribution to our community and society.
The story of this performance, the concept behind it, the costumes and the people involved goes far deeper than just glitter and dance moves.
Congratulations to all the winners of the 2021 Mardi Gras Parade and Volunteer Awards!
Statement from the Co-Chairs of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Board.