‘We are an Australian-based media development and production company, with offices in Sydney and New York City. In 1999, we purchased Lesbians on the Loose, a Sydney-based magazine, which was first published as an eight-page newsletter in 1989.
We now produce 2 flag ship publications in print: “LOTL Magazine” formerly known as “Lesbians on the Loose” Magazine est in 1989 and CURVE Magazine – the best selling lesbian magazine. LOTL is a free to street monthly magazine distributed to city centres of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane focusing on community events, entertainment, political and social developments and local lesbian life in Australia. LOTL Magazine has the undisputed lesbian market share in Australia celebrating over 25 years in publishing in 2015!’
Michelle was recently celebrated alongside some truly amazing individuals from our community as part of the ‘The LOTL Power List 2016’ as someone who does everything in their power to make life that little bit better for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex communities: sometimes with blood, sweat and tears; and sometimes just by being themselves.
“It is an honour knowing I am an inspiration for other women whether they are transgender, cisgender, queer, and everywhere in between. I said I would always remain the same no matter what life throws my way. Surprisingly nothing has been off limits in my conversations in education or media work with me. I find my connections with those around me have been authentic and inspiring for everyone involved. I have been told that it is ‘obviously through your humour and unapologetic blunt honesty’ that people are connecting with me.”
See the link above and find Michelle at number 28/40, and keep her in mind for the 2017 Power List Nominations!!