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Posted August 04, Thirty years ago, the Sydney transgender community had to carry a letter from their doctor at all times explaining their gender status.
Organised by performer and DJ Victoria Anthony, her vision is to give other trans performers the opportunity to showcase their talents in a safe environment. I see many events run for the transgender community and supporters. It inspires me. They help us forge connections with one another," Anthony says. Anthony says it takes a lot of courage to get up on stage, and she's so happy to support transgender art.
And in those days, we had to carry a letter from our doctor saying that we were transgender. Because if police found us with women's underwear on, we could have been arrested," Wolfgramme says.
To have the same rights as every other human being. The Polynesian performer officially retired from the stage 17 years ago, but felt is was important to come out again in support of the night.
I just came out to support Victoria … she's a very beloved sister in the trans community," Wolfgramme says. Somewhere that we can all just be together and just celebrate. A safe place to party. Younger performers like Veronica Munroe made the journey all the way from Nowra to be part of the event. So tonight's a really good night to showcase the entertainment we have in the trans community," Munroe says. It's hard, it really is. I come from a small town and, you know, there are people there that are quite judgmental.