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“I agree with the gay Englishman [Irishman Oscar Wilde] who said you should either look like a work of art or, if you can’t, wear one. Sometimes I do both!”

– Julie Newmar

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Lee Tulloch

Lee Tulloch is a graduate in English Literature from Melbourne University. She made an unexpected foray into federal politics as a researcher before she...

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