About

Queer Love Project

In response to the Marriage Equality survey and recent discussions in the public eye about LGBTIQA+ lives, identities, bodies, and relationships, we at Twenty10 incorporating GLCS NSW decided to bring some positivity to the discussion. During this period around the postal survey, we will be posting celebrations of our communities and love in all its forms – one thing a day until it’s over!

By sharing real life stories of queer love, families, support structures, friends, parents and marriage, we want to reaffirm through storytelling for young people in Australia that their family (chosen, logical or biological), relationships, friendships, sexuality, gender and love are REAL and should never come into question. We want to counteract the hate speech and campaigning that is starting to emerge with stories of love and queer families in action, whatever they may look like.

If you have a photo, story, picture, video, playlist, etc. that you want to share, head over to our submissions page!

For more information about Marriage Equality in Australia head to: http://www.equalitycampaign.org.au and http://VoteYes.org.au

Twenty10 incorporating GLCS NSW

Twenty10 incorporating GLCS NSW is a Sydney-based organisation supporting people of diverse genders, sexualities, and intersex variations (LGBTIQA+) across New South Wales. We provide a broad range of specialised services, including housing, counselling, and social support. Head over to our website for more information.

Acknowledgement of country

We acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, who are the traditional owners of the land we work on. We acknowledge sovereignty which means this always was, always will be Aboriginal Land. We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have been telling their story and fighting for their rights since occupation. We strongly encourage and appreciate views and submissions from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

We also acknowledge our LGBTIQA+ elders. We stand on their shoulders thanks to their bravery and advocacy.