Since the end of the Joh Bjelke-Petersen government, conditions for LBGTIQ-identified Queenslanders have improved but remain a tenuous arrangement.  A Matter of Time  documents eight lesbians who lived in Queensland during the conservative mid-to-late-twentieth-century. It offers an understanding of the experiences of those who found themselves existing outside of the ‘norm.’ Some led double-lives, some hid in remote pockets of far north Queensland, while others lived openly, in spite of implied consequences.  _____________  Lyn Fraser, Far North Queensland

Since the end of the Joh Bjelke-Petersen government, conditions for LBGTIQ-identified Queenslanders have improved but remain a tenuous arrangement. A Matter of Time documents eight lesbians who lived in Queensland during the conservative mid-to-late-twentieth-century. It offers an understanding of the experiences of those who found themselves existing outside of the ‘norm.’ Some led double-lives, some hid in remote pockets of far north Queensland, while others lived openly, in spite of implied consequences.

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Lyn Fraser, Far North Queensland

 Since the end of the Joh Bjelke-Petersen government, conditions for LBGTIQ-identified Queenslanders have improved but remain a tenuous arrangement.  A Matter of Time  documents eight lesbians who lived in Queensland during the conservative mid-to-late-twentieth-century. It offers an understanding of the experiences of those who found themselves existing outside of the ‘norm.’ Some led double-lives, some hid in remote pockets of far north Queensland, while others lived openly, in spite of implied consequences.  _____________  Lyn Fraser, Far North Queensland

Since the end of the Joh Bjelke-Petersen government, conditions for LBGTIQ-identified Queenslanders have improved but remain a tenuous arrangement. A Matter of Time documents eight lesbians who lived in Queensland during the conservative mid-to-late-twentieth-century. It offers an understanding of the experiences of those who found themselves existing outside of the ‘norm.’ Some led double-lives, some hid in remote pockets of far north Queensland, while others lived openly, in spite of implied consequences.

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Lyn Fraser, Far North Queensland

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