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In “Mess Around,” out singer-songwriter Yanni Burton is ready to reclaim his power after being cheated on in a relationship. The song follows “Awake,” Burton’s previous single that also dealt with break-up but while it was more about the pain caused from a tumultuous split, “Mess Around” focuses on the recovery and rebuild of his sexual, emotional, and physical identity. It is a more fun, sassy, “I’m-a do-me” track with a dash of ‘f’ you. “I wrote ‘Mess Around’ when I was completely done with all the bullshit and wanted to let a certain someone know that I was back, stronger than ever, and just as capable to mess around, which I did,” Burton explains. Produced by Tiger Darrow and being distributed independently, “Mess Around” is available on iTunes, Spotify and all major digital platforms now. For more information, visit www.YanniBurton.com Q Feature.

The PFA Board of Directors and the Sidney Myer Fund are pleased to announce our next joint funding round, to the value of $20,000. This grant round will focus on improving the wellbeing of LGBTQIA+ people living with a disability. They encourage projects that are collaborations between disability advocacy and LGBTQIA+ groups. Applicants must submit an expression of interest by email to PFA using the appropriate form by 5pm Tuesday 12th March 2019. Those short listed will be advised by 29th March and will be invited to submit a full application using the Sidney Myer Fund online application system by Friday 17th May 2019. The successful applicant will be advised in June, with the project to start no earlier than 1st July 2019. Details and expression of interest forms are on the PFA website at www.galfa.org.au Q Comment.

Featured articles (in highres PDF format):

Q Travel with Barrie Mahoney.

Q Opinion - Pride is for All.

Q Health- EXYRA Eyewear.

Q Health - Healing Magnesium.

Q Book - Politically Incorrect.

Q Life - Wanker Pt. 2 with Gabriel Tabasco.

Q Wealth - Rentvesting.

Special Articles this month:

Q Cuisine - we welcome to the Q Magazine stable: Hobby Chef Mark Frederick Chapman.

Q Show - the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show.

Q Festival - Out and Loud 2019.

Q WIN - Inspired by the 1970s disco scene Sparklebutt specialises in sequins for outrageous party people. Their Sparklenuts mens collection is a staple on the London Festival and LGBTQI Party scene. All products are made from dazzling two-way sequin colours used across the collection including leggings, flares and shorts as well as fun accessories of ear head bands and earrings. Sparklebutt is so excited to be bringing the sparkle to the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras this year - you can catch them popping up at iconic drag venue The Imperial and The quirky Foresters Hotel. While they’re here, Sparklebutt is also offering next day delivery throughout Australia! For more information please go to: www.Sparklebutt.co.uk, www.instagram.com/sparklebuttlondon or www.facebook.com/sparklebuttlondon To try and win a pair of Sparkelbutt shorts and Bunny ears we have to give away this month, email getfree@qmagazine.com.au with Sparklebutt in the subject line. .


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