Keep Mardi Gras going: A new type of anal play with Aneros

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The glitter has settled – even though the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras didn’t endorse its use this year – guests have gone home and international visitors have boarded their planes, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the party stops. And much like the Sydney Mardi Gras, which is one of the most socially accepting […]

And you thought you nailed choreography? Sydney Dance Company has a Mardi Gras float

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OK, so, if you’ve ever seen the Sydney Dance Company dancers on stage, then you know what you’re in for. Prepare to pack up your dancing shoes, rip apart your pom-poms and go home if you’re in this year’s parade, because shit is about to get turned up. The world renowned dance troupe is, for […]

Have sex this Mardi Gras: Lovehoney has your needs covered

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Aside from gays, lesbians, transgendered people, their friends and everyone else who identifies under the LGBTIQ the annual Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras is about two things: acceptance and love. Emphasis on love. If you’ve ever been to the Mardi Gras after party or just generally been in around Sydney during the season, you […]

Carbs for Mardi Gras: Textbook Patisserie does a Golden Gaytime croissant

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If you’re in Sydney’s inner south and know Textbook Patisserie, then prepare to have your pre-Gras diet shot to shit: they’re doing gay croissants. Because the art of butter, crispy, bread-like pastries from the pretty, wrought iron-clad streets of gay Paris just simply aren’t gay enough, John Railey is going next level. Multicoloured croissants made […]

Mardi Gras drinks: Parade views from the Pullman Hyde Park

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There’s nothing quite as gay as Mardi Gras, so if glitter, rainbows, hot bods, banging music and drinks are your thing, then heading to the Pullman Hyde Park in Sydney is where you need to be. From beside the marshalling area of the annual Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras down Oxford Street, the Pullman […]

Mardi Gras gives planet a shimmery glimmer of hope and goes green

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There is arguably no more a glittery or gay an event than that of the topless men, drag queens and colourful parade goers at Sydney’s annual Gay and Lesbian Mari Gras. This year though, offers something different. Revellers are trading in their sparkly rainbow stripes for something a little more eco-friendly with event organisers revealing […]

Have brunch at the Beresford for Mardi Gras with Absolut

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When the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras descends on Sydney, it means three things: more nudity, more drinking, less food, but better quality, at least. That’s why Absolut – who do those fabulous little gay bottles of vodka at this time of year – have again partnered with Sydney’s gay church Sunday session at […]

What’s on at the Sydney Mardi Gras after party 2019

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Last year, we had Cher headline the biggest LGBTIQ party in Sydney, the Mardi Gras after party. This year, we have Jake Shears from the Scissor Sisters as well as over nine other acts from literally all over the world. From Australia’s own Courtney Act – fresh off the back of her attempt at saving […]

The official shoe of the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras: Hush Puppies

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Hush Puppies are hardly the first shoe brand you think of when you think of gays dancing down Oxford Street Sydney, but that hasn’t stopped them becoming the new footwear partner of the annual Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras! They’re the official sponsor of Doggywood at Fair Day, too, turning out all the happy […]