Discussion group reports
Topics we have discussed at our bi-monthly meetings:
- Our experience of violence
- LesLit lights up our lives
- Lipstick Lesbians and Diesel Dykes: What are our clothes about?
- When it's my time, how do I want to be farewelled?
- Feminism - what does it mean to us today?
- Betty Friedan revisited
- Your health in your (clean) hands
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- Beware of the letter S
- The beach at Windang
- The man
- Four months
- I'll show you mine
- I recall love at the Roebourne races
- Traffic hazard
- Balloons do fly
- The verge
- Never eat a choc-top in the dark
- Xmas cracker
- The jogger
- The party
- I could tell
- Ageing is women's business
- The politics of assimilation
- Thousands of elderly lesbians in poverty
- Gay bars and strictly closeted lives
- Arthur and Martha about Adam and Eve
- A Boston marriage
- Hey! Look at me I'm grieving
- It's none of my business: gay and lesbian invisibility in aged care
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