[Badge depicting a pink triangle and map of Tasmania]
The Tasmanian Gay and Lesbian Rights Group (TGLRG) led the successful 1988 to 1997 campaign for gay law reform in Tasmania, as well as subsequent campaigns for state antidiscrimination and same-sex relationship laws. In 1988 the TGLRG established a stall in the popular Salamanca Market in Hobart to advocate for law reform, which was repeatedly shut down by the Hobart City Council and organisers arrested by police. These badges were produced to promote their campaign. The TGLRG changed its name to Equality Tasmania in 2018, on the 30th anniversary of the arrests of 130 supporters of gay law reform at Salamanca Market.