If you were at Scarlet last weekend, there’s a good chance your photo is on their website now – head to the City Lickers website to find yourself.
Singer Vanessa Carlton made headlines over the weekend by declaring to the crowd at the Nashville Pride concert that she is a proud bisexual woman. Carlton’s admission follows “True Blood” star Anna Paquin’s claim in a PSA that ran in April that she, too, is bisexual. Continue reading
For those new to Queensland’s largest lesbian club, Scarlet offers 3 great spaces with the whole venue exclusively Women Only. Whether you like to dance surrounded by a room full of women, rela…x with a game of pool or enjoy live music and a cocktail with old friends & new, Scarlet offers a space for all lesbians, of all ages and of all styles.
During Pride month Scarlet offers a big entertainment line up for you on Saturday 26th June; in the Night Club – Butch Wagtail, Shelby Lim, Amanda Forti, guest DJ Arsee and resident DJ Lorna; in the Live Venue & Cocktail Bar – Vikki Grant and in the Chillout Room – chilled jukebox tunes, lounging, bean bags, lava lighting, pool table and table service will offer you the perfect space to chill.
Entry is $15
Brisbane has seen an explosion of lesbians getting pregnant and having babies over the last couple of years. A big part of this trend can be attributed to the change in laws in Queensland and better access to health and fertility treatments. Understanding how confusing and time consuming the research process can be, we’ve pulled together some information on the first few steps each lesbian/couple can take on their journey to become mums. This is specifically focused on the process using fertility clinics, which is the most in-depth.
Lesbian health promotion receives no government funding in Queensland yet there are a number of issues that particularly affect this community. QAHC’s Lesbian Health Action Group relies on volunteers, grants, sponsorship, donations and other fundraising efforts like the trivia night to perform their important work to improve the health and wellbeing of Queensland’s lesbian community.
Everyone is welcome, so go along to test your knowledge and enjoy a fun night while supporting a good cause. Who knows, while you’re racking your brain for answers you may even make some new friends.
This is a drug and alcohol free event but softdrinks will be available for sale and tea, herbal tea and coffee will be provided free. You’re welcome to bring your own food or nibbles.
Free parking is available at the rear of the building and there is a ramp and elevator for wheelchair access, but please note there are no suitable wheelchair friendly toilets available (sorry).
The cost is $15 for waged adults, $12 for Brisbane Pride members, $10 adult concession, and $5 for children aged 5+.
For more information call Una on 0448 933 285.
Friday, June 18, 2010
6:30pm – 9:30pm
2nd Floor, 16 Peel St
South Brisbane, Australia