On June 7, 2007, the telephone rang in the office of Mark Rowe, the manager of the Phillip Island Adventure Resort. Ms Sue Hackney, who runs the Way Out project for Cobaw Community Health Services, wanted to make a booking for sixty homosexual young people and twelve workers. As she explained it later: I said that we aimed to raise awareness about the needs of these young people and then the nature and effect of homophobia in rural communities and the effect of discrimination on young people … I said that I’d be honest that our project believed that same…
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