Talking Generations Games

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Talking Gens

Talking Generations Games – building a strong LGBTI intergenerational community that is inclusive and fabulous! The fifth in GRAI’s popular Talking Generations series, the T-Gen Games will continue our tradition of providing space for rich, all-ages conversations – this year while playing games in the park! Starting with morning tea, we’ll form intergenerational teams for a circuit of games, like croquet, … Read More

GRAI AGM 2020 Photo Gallery

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GRAI AGM

Photo credits Leece Johnson GRAI would like to thank all of the members and friends that made our 2020 AGM such a wonderful success. It was a record turnout and can only lead to even bigger and better things next year. Special thanks to the GRAI board for all their hard work and our very special guest Manuao TeAotonga from … Read More

Coming Out Of Covid Gallery

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Aunty Vanessa

Acorn Photo and GRAI’s heart and soul person June Lowe recently paid visits to some of our most loved members of the community for a glamorous photoshoot and interview opportunity. The original plan was to hold a real exhibition once the pandemic had settled down, but with things still being a bit uncertain we thought best to hold the exhibition … Read More

GRAI AGM 2020

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AGM 2020

You are warmly invited to join us at our upcoming AGM. This is an opportunity to celebrate GRAI’s achievements of 2019-2020, and for us to thank you for your support throughout the year.We love to add a little something special to our AGM’s following the formalities. This year we’re delighted to present a vignette performance by the fabulous Manuao Te Aotonga. Manuao recently … Read More

Mandurah Women’s Dance Party

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mandurah-dance

Saturday 7 March 2020 – 7.30pm to 1am at the Sunbreakers Restaurant, MANDURAH! Harking back to the Women’s Dances in WA in the 70s and 80s…. GRAI (GLBTI Rights in Ageing Inc.) and MeetnMuse Mandurah, are holding a Women’s Dance Party in Mandurah.  This event welcomes all women, especially celebrating women of diverse sexuality and gender identity, and also honours … Read More

Before Stonewall

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Before Stonewall

This forum combines an INFO SESSION on Navigating Aged Care, followed by refreshments, before our special Australian premiere screening of BEFORE STONEWALL! 5.00pm – Presentation and Q&A: Navigating Aged Care – Connecting with services and support. Specialist Advocate Navigator, Justine Martyr. 5.30pm – Light refreshments and opportunity to socialise and/or talk further with the Specialist Navigator. 6.00pm – Film: Before Stonewall: the making of a gay … Read More

Becoming Colleen

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Becoming Colleen

Becoming Colleen: Finding the shoe that fits, a transgender story. A story of transitioning at 82 and a love beyond gender. This moving Australian documentary traces the life of Colleen: through beautifully portrayed memories, a touching story emerges of the need to find creative ways to negotiate life when ‘the shoe just doesn’t fit’. ‘Becoming Colleen’ is essential viewing for health- … Read More

The Proud Awards 2017 Nomination

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GRAI Proud Awards 2017

Photo by Sharon McCutcheon from Pexels We are extremely honoured to be nominated for the Outstanding Community Contribution at the upcoming Proud Awards. The Proud Awards is a Perth based LGBT Entertainment and Community Awards night, and during the evening 13 awards will be presented across a range of different categories.  Half of the cateorgies will be voted for by the public, whilst the other half … Read More

GRAI and Carlotta – Queen of Comedy

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Carlotta AGM event

GRAI Legacy Article Don’t forget to ask June Lowe how this one played out 😉 GRAI is pleased to bring Carlotta, one of Australia’s favourite acts, to Perth for one big night of stories, laughs and good times! Thursday, July 28 at UWA Tickets: $30/$45/$150