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24 Years On: A Queer Brown Perspective

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By Budi SudartoI arrived in Australia in 1998, and in the past 24 years, I’ve witnessed progress and changes resulting from our ongoing activism.

We now have strong legal protection against discrimination, we are able to marry our partners, and despite some setbacks, allies have continued to fight alongside us to uphold our rights.

Yet, in some areas, our communities still need to do more to ensure the inclusion of diverse identities beyond the white, cisnormative, non-disabled LGBTIQA+ identities.

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