It’s been a long, hard road.
In the early 2000s, I was a member of the underground scene of Sydney’s gay scene.
We had been to several shows, including one at the Club One, and we were always very vocal about the fact that the music industry was being hijacked by the straight community.
The music industry has a way of making you feel like a failure if you are not gay, and straight people, particularly young straight men, had to be told that they couldn’t be.
I also found out that there were a lot of bands that were not performing in venues, because the clubs would not allow them to.
So we began our own record label, and I made it my mission to make the music I liked, not that it was any more exciting or cool than any other music out there.
I thought that by releasing music that had a straight sound, we would have the ability to create a lot more mainstream music and that we could change the way that people think about music.
I had the idea to create an underground music label called Clear Quartz.
The name was inspired by a popular TV show about a woman who takes her name from a quartz crystal, a type of rock crystal that you can buy at the shop.
As I got into the business I saw that there was a need for a clean and clear music label.
And when I thought of how I wanted to make music that was clean and clean and not have to worry about straight people’s judgement, I decided that I was going to make it my own.
So I went to the people who I thought could help me create this label and started with the best of them.
The biggest thing that I wanted was that they would listen to me and I would listen back to them and then have a conversation.
I wanted to work with people who were young and fresh.
I wanted them to have a great voice, because they’re not just young people.
I want them to understand the music that I want to make and be able to put it into their head.
It is hard to get the message across that you need to be respectful of the gay community.
That’s a big challenge.
The message of Clear Quartz is that if you have a straight voice, it doesn’t matter who you are, the world will be a better place.
And that if your voice is good, people will listen to you and that’s what I’m trying to do.
I want to put my message out there to people that this is not about straight politics.
It’s about how you think and what you believe.
I believe that this music will help people to be able be more authentic and to be in the best possible light.
That is what I hope is going to change.
I have always had a great respect for the gay people who are out there and I want that to change and to change for the better.
I have a lot in common with them and I think they are amazing people and I hope that I can help them make that happen.
So how does a young man from a small town come up with a name for an underground label?
I think it’s just about being yourself.
I think people need to accept themselves and that the world doesn’t have to be this way.
And if you think about it, there is an awful lot of straight people in the world.
When you look at what is happening in Australia, you need that acceptance to be who you really are.
That you are who you know yourself to be and that you have the strength to change it.
That makes people who come up from small towns a little bit more courageous.
You don’t have an opportunity to grow up in a mainstream environment and you have to embrace who you have become.
So I really wanted to do something that was for people who came from small, rural towns or who grew up in small towns and I wanted the music to represent them.
I’m a little guy from a big town, and there was nothing that I had to learn about my surroundings.
I had a lot to learn from the people in my life.
I just wanted to be me.
I’ve never been shy about my sexuality, so that is one of the things that I love about being a person who is open about my sexual orientation.
When I started the label I had the best label I could think of, but I wasn’t sure what that would be like, because I had no experience in the music business.
I was looking for someone who had a good idea, someone who could listen to what I had written, someone that I could work with, and someone who was experienced.
I started writing songs with a lot less passion and more determination, and more than a year later, we had our first album.
And it’s been amazing to see the reaction to the music.
I never really expected it to be popular, but it has become a phenomenon, and it’s given