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By Jennifer Duke
It’s raining and, unusually for Sydney, no one cares and no one complains about the streets being crowded or the trains being too full. With multi-coloured face paint running off his body, one man, in his late-20s, wearing jeans and a t-shirt with a feather boa, is pushing his way forward with hundreds of others for Mardi Gras. Hundreds of thousands, if we’re to run off of official estimates, and 10,000 in the parade itself. It’s loud, bustling, and there’s a huge amount of excitement.
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