Diverse-City is launching a new LGBTQI+ library, featuring approximately 2,000 titles to begin with. This is the first LGBTQI+ library since the closure of the Darling House Community Library many years ago. The library is free to join and features books, games and DVDs. Come and celebrate the launch of this fantastic community library with […]
When lesbian teenager Alex meets Phoenix, she must decide whether to come out to the people in her closed-minded town, or withhold her true feelings.
An engaging, illustrated look at theories on gender, identity and sexuality & how normative differences tend to privilege one type of ‘being’ over its opposite.
A policewoman who has turned to alcohol to deal with her past, finds healing and romance in the arms of the woman caring for her sick sister.
When best friends and lovers, Allan and Warwick, die, they discover an assortment of characters trapped in purgatory with unresolved issues who also can't move on.
In Soul Mates, the protagonist, Zane, is a lesbian Pastor, and survivor of sexual assault. The story is an old one: the search for redemption and healing through love. Zane’s object of desire is Jaina, who is a survivor of foster care.
A haunting brings two grieving women together but they both have to exorcise their own ghosts before they can find happiness again and let themselves love.
We chat with American author K.A. Moll, who writes lesbian romance novels focusing on troubled women who find healing and happiness through love.
In the 1920s, an artist’s husband stands in for a female model but the experience starts him on a journey of self-acceptance as the 1st transgender woman.
Set in the 1950s, two married women fall in love and remain determined to hold onto their love and break free of the shackles of a less enlightened time.
A popular DJ goes on the run with her best friend when they accidentally gain possession of a bag of money belonging to the crime boss that runs the nightclub.
A year 10 boy at a Catholic school lays all of his thoughts & feelings on the line, describing the fears and complexities of teenage life, sexuality & religion.
The Adelaide premiere of the controversial documentary Gayby Baby will hit Adelaide screens on 1 October with a special Q&A session with director Maya Newell.
Matthew Mitcham's autobiographical cabaret takes us through his upbringing to his victory at the Beijing Olympics.
This Saturday May 14, hundreds of equal rights supporters are expected to take to the streets of Adelaide for a mass wedding and march from Victoria Square to Parliament House, opposing homophobia and demanding full marriage equality for same sex couples.