A Healthy Mob
The importance of having strong support structures in the LGBTQI+ community.
“This piece is called healthy mob and represents the indigenous LGBTQI+ mob, and the the communities we create to support each other.”
Ngaire is a Wiradjuri and Maori woman studying Education at the University of Newcastle.
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