My Neighbour Trans-toro Podcasts
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Sam Orchard & Harry Bentley have started a podcast, chatting about Queer & Trans Geekery, as two folks living on opposite sides of the planet discuss queer comics, history and pop culture. Have a listen, and vote in this episode’s “Bookshelf Showdown!” You can find more from Sam Orchard at his comics blog: www.roostertailscomic.com or on twitter: twitter.com/sam_orchard You can find more from Mx. Harry Bentley on twitter: twitter.com/mxharrybentley or as instagram: www.instagram.com/mx.harry/. You can also follow their studios at: dragonhide.co.uk or their shop: shop.Dragonhide.co.uk
Cultural Rainbow Service Directory
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Red Cross Migration Support Programs in association with Australian Gay and Lesbian Multicultural Council is pleased to announce the new Cultural Rainbow Service Directory. The directory is the result of the Cultural Rainbow Forum that was held at Red Cross in November 2017 to address the ongoing gap in service knowledge for LGBTI migrants, refugees and asylum seekers. The forum had more than 50 participants from across Melbourne’s Multicultural and LGBTI services who came together …
StartOut – New LGBTQI Online Chat
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StartOut Australia exists to: Eradicate discrimination of young DSG people. Improve social inclusion and economic participation of young DSG people. Educate the wider community on the effects that discrimination and exclusion can have on the mental health of young DSG people. They’re building programs that focus on three key determinants for positive mental health: social inclusion, freedom from discrimination and economic participation. They’ll be creating an online community for young DSG people to develop a sense of social inclusion.  …
Splash – Family Planning Victoria’s social support group for LGBTI young people
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After a break FPV’s social and support group for LGBTIQ+ young people is back! Splash is about supporting young people of diverse sexes, sexualities and genders to talk, share and learn about sexual health and respectful relationships, enhance their connections to the LGBTI community and offer social support and positive interactions with like-minded peers. Splash sessions run fortnightly, on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at our secure, accessible and youth-friendly Action Centre …
Safe space for LGBTQI+ people and rainbow families
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Q-space Melbourne offers a queer positive ‘drop-in’ space, that affirms, connects and provides mutual support with positive peers and allies. It also offers access to queer mental health professionals for mental health support. Q-Space is a ‘drop in’ space offered over the duration of the postal survey for those seeking direct access to social, mental health, wellbeing, queer positive and affirming support, particularly at this time of need of the postal survey. This safe space …
Gynaecology Service at Monash Health
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    Dear trans and gender diverse community members and service providers, I write to inform you of the surgery and fertility preservation options for trans men at Monash Health. The Gynaecology Service at Monash Health offers these services to trans men: Tubal ligation for contraception Removal of internal reproductive organs Initial assessment of fertility preservation options To access these services, referral is required via the Gender Clinic, Monash Health. For more detail, see the …
Trans Pathways report
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The Trans Pathways report is now available at www.telethonkids.org.au/transpathways Trans Pathways is the largest survey that has been conducted with trans and gender diverse young people on their mental health and experiences accessing services in Australia. The report is a summary of findings from 859 trans young people aged 14-25 years and 194 parents and guardians of trans young people from around Australia. The results are confronting and they demonstrate that there is much work to …
Qheadspace
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Qheadspace provides online peer support for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex, questioning and queer (LGBTIQ+) young people (aged 12-25).  Young people can seek support online from our ‘Queer Peers’- young people who have lived experience and training in peer support in a safe and welcoming space. Young LGBTIQ+ people can log on anonymously and ask questions, about a range of topics like confusion about sexuality or gender, coming out to parents and friends, sex, sexual health, …