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Gary Nunn

Freelance writer, former Change.org Director Of Communications

Gary Nunn is a freelance writer and former Director of Communications at Change.org

Gary Nunn

Gary Nunn

Why You Should Let Your Kids Swear

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My cousin’s first memory of me was when I rushed up to show him my gingerbread man, but decapitated him as I crashed into his body with overenthusiastic fervour (the biscuit; not my cousin).

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Gary Nunn

The Aboriginal Flag Should Fly On The Harbour Bridge Permanently

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What message is sent to Australia’s First Nations people when the Aboriginal flag is flown atop our world famous landmark, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, just 19 days a year?

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Gary Nunn

Are You Okay? Nobody Knew What To Do When I Said 'No'

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"It’s okay to not be okay."

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Gary Nunn

Brexit Seance: I Watched Margaret Thatcher Return From The Dead To Advise Boris

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It’s sometimes difficult to describe just how bonkers Brexit Britain has become.

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Gary Nunn

The 'No Gay Gene' Study Terrifies Me

6 min read

When I saw the headline, I must admit, my heart sank.

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Gary Nunn

The One Piece Of Advice That Completely Changed My Life

4 min read

The day I turned 30 (almost seven years ago), my entire life changed.

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Gary Nunn

What People Change Their Minds About As They Get Older

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It takes guts to admit you’ve changed your mind.

Gary Nunn

Gary Nunn

Slaps, Starvation, Maggots... Aged Care Is Broken And It's Our Job To Fix It

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“Hello Gary. I’ve just woken from a nap, so I’m feeling lazy. Peel me a grape,” Douglas, who’s in his 80s, says to me.

Gary Nunn

Gary Nunn

The Worst Day Of My Life Was When A 102-Year-Old Put Me To Shame

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It’s not every day a centenarian puts you to shame, but it happened to me when I was discussing skydiving with Adelaide’s Irene O’Shea, now 102 years old.

Gary Nunn

Gary Nunn

Why Gen Z Is The Most Sexually Diverse Generation Ever

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On Saturday night, when thousands upon thousands march in the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, the LGBTQI community will look as colourful, diverse and powerful as it ever has.

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