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It all began on a chilly winter's night in , when the police descended on a street festival bravely celebrating gay rights when homosexuality was still illegal. They intended to raise local issues such as decriminalisation of homosexuality, mark the anniversary of the Stonewall uprising in New York, protest the Australian visit of homophobic Festival of Light campaigner Mary Whitehouse, and promote the forthcoming 4th National Homosexual Conference. The first Mardi Gras march ended in violence, but the police crackdown fired up a community who would no longer be silent. On Saturday 24 June at 10pm, several hundred gay and lesbian people and their supporters — some in fancy dress and some simply rugged up against the cold — gathered at Taylor Square and followed a truck with a small music and sound system down Oxford Street to Hyde Park.
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Handler, 39, celebrated the event with the likes of actress Sandra Bullock and comedian Whitney Cummings. Twitter Handler, who hosted late-night talk show Chelsea Lately from to , also tweeted a photograph of another Mardi Gras reveller revealing a lot of skin. Handler has been in dispute with the social media site who have taken down topless shots she posted. Are we in ?
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