Government honors Aussie gay activist

Wockner, Rex
February 2005
Gay & Lesbian Times;2/3/2005, Issue 893, p36
Reports on the appointment of gay activist Ian Purcell as a Member of the Order of Australia which is bestowed by the Queen and recognizes outstanding achievement in important fields of endeavor and outstanding contributions to the nations and community.


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