Pink Ink

Book Review: Harry Cook’s Pink Ink is a queer-positive memoir that doesn’t sugarcoat things

When actor and activist Harry Cook migrated to Australia at the age of ten homosexuality had only been recently decriminalised. A few years later he would struggle with coming-out to his parents. He says acceptance was hard, because there weren’t many queer-positive stories around at the time (in fact, homophobic propaganda was rife during the AIDs…

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