Tag Archives: LGBT

LGBTIQ+ History Month in Victoria

I returned from my holiday in the UK and Ireland very excited and inspired after meeting one of the co-founders of LGBT history month in the UK, Sue Sanders, and armed with a few tips, I was keen to get … Continue reading

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Queerying the catalogue: Control, classification, chaos, curiosity, care and communities

Last month I reflected on how my Bachelor of Arts degree has influenced my life and career in librarianship by giving me creative, critical thinking, research and communication skills and the reflections on my undergraduate degree have continued this month. … Continue reading

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#GLAMblogclub meets #LoveOzYAbloggers : Identity and High school

I love any opportunity to share shelfies and also thought it would be good to practice writing about and reflecting on books (and put the elective I did on recreational literature for young people to use), so this month I … Continue reading

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A GLAMorous Midsumma: Building trust and creating safe spaces for diverse communities to facilitate knowledge creation

When it was revealed that Midsumma had established a media partnership with News Corp, the organisation responsible for publishing many attacks on LGBTIQA communities in 2016 (not to mention before then), I felt a loss of trust in the board. … Continue reading

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Scrapbook of Reflections: The Journey Begins: or Finding Pride in Librarianship

2016 was a tough year to be LGBTIQA+: the threat of a pointless and divisive marriage equality plebiscite loomed over us, funding to the Safe Schools Coalition was cut and its founders were attacked in the media, the Pulse nightclub … Continue reading

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