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Fiji Robinson is Communications Coordinator for the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission. She has worked in the field of communications for some 20 years, and also researches and produces for film and television. In 1981, at the tender age of 26, an impressionable and unsuspecting Peggy Robinson survived a gin and tonic audition and went on to become Fiji Champagne Robinson in writer/performer Peter McGehee's two irreverent gay musical revues, "The Quinlan Sisters" and "The Fabulous Sirs." She is writing her memoirs of her life as a Quinlan Sister.

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social sciences >> Wilson, Douglas

Canadian human rights activist Douglas Wilson is also remembered as the life partner of American-Canadian writer/performer Peter McGehee; together they married activism with art and entertainment. is produced by glbtq, Inc., 1130 West Adams Street, Chicago, IL   60607
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