LGBTI legal service fundraiser 6 September

LGBTI legal service fundraiser 6 September

Tomorrow week on Thursday 6th September Brisbane’s LGBTI Legal Service is holding a fundraising film night. As a completely unfunded service, relying desperately on the good graces of Caxton Legal Centre and Queensland’s Healthy Communities (which has been largely defunded itself), the LGBTI legal service desperately needs funds. All are welcome.

The film night is of the film The Cure, which exposes the movement of evangelical Christians saying that gays and lesbians can be cured. It stars amongst others Brisbane’s own psychologist superstar Paul Martin.

I’m going.  Are you? For more about the event, which is at Brisbane’s Tribal Theatre (for those long in the tooth like me: the George Theatre), click here:  http://www.facebook.com/events/432096293503012/

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