Climbing QTs
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ClimbingQTs is an LGBTQ+ friendly social club and advocacy group where climbers have the opportunity to mix and socialise. All levels are welcome from beginner to advanced and events include monthly meet-ups, inclusive indoor climbing sessions and multi-day outdoor adventures. Find out more about ClimbingQTs here
New group – Planet GAGA
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Wayout are hosting their inaugural Planet GAGA event for trans and gender diverse young people aged 6-11, and their parents and carers. Planet GAGA is happening in Kyneton on August 14 and will provide a safe space for gender affirming games and activities. The event is free. Find out more about Planet GAGA on the flier here… 
Survey: UnLEASHStudy
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The UnLEASHStudy is looking for lesbian, bisexual or queer women (cisgender and transgender) for a survey about health and wellbeing and the relationship with drugs, drinking and smoking. Participants who complete the confidential online survey can enter a prize draw to win one of 10 $50 GiftPay vouchers. The aim of the study is to ensure substance use prevalence amongst LBQ women in Australia is better understood, accurately represented, and information collected will be used to inform …
Mental Health Care for TGDNB Clients
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Sunbury & Cobaw Community Health is hosting an online training workshop, Mental Health Care for Trans, Gender Diverse, and Non Binary (TGDNB) Clients on July 28. The workshop will be presented by Ben Callegari, Clinical Psychologist and one of the co-authors of North Western Melbourne PHN’s Mental Health Care for Trans, Gender Diverse, and Non-Binary People online module. You can find out more on the flier here or  register to attend the workshop here
Parklife Social Sport Program
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Parklife is a social sport program aimed at the LGBTIQ community and allies. Hosted by Proud 2 Play, this program is facilitated by community leaders and aims to be fun, beginner friendly social. All sessions are completely free and designed for all ages, genders and abilities. Sessions run depending on current lockdown restrictions. Find out more about Parklife here
Free metro/regional events for Lesbian/Bi+, Trans and Non-Binary people over 50
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Switchboard’s Out & About program, in partnership with Thorne Harbour Health, is excited to announce 3 free metro/regional events for Lesbian/Bi+, Trans and Non-Binary people over 50. If that’s you, they’d love you to join them:* 21 August, 3-6pm: Warrnambool Art Gallery * 4 September, 11-2pm: The Port of Sale Building, Gippsland * 9 October, 2-5pm: Victorian Pride Centre, St Kilda These events aim to uplift and connect Lesbian/Bi+, Trans and Non-Binary people over 50 …
JOY Training Scholarships
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Get Engaged and Support Australia’s only Rainbow Independent Community Radio &Media Organisation JOY is Australia’s only rainbow community media organisation and one of only three LGBTQIA+ Radio Stations in the world. Not only does JOY provide a platform to make sure the diverse voices of our community are heard globally, but we also offer educational services in the form of radio training. JOY’s aim has always been to create a more inclusive Australia, which is why we are offering …
New Resource for Victorian Inclusive Practitioners
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This is a list of therapists and health practitioners in Victoria, Australia, who have expertise, training, and/or lived experience in various marginalised social groups. This includes LGBTQIA+, neurodiversity, sex work, kink and BDSM, non-monogamy, immigrant and/or asylum seeker, disability, specific ethnicity and/or religion, and other elements of identity or practice. This does not constitute ‘specialist’ knowledge or endorsement, as defined by ACCC or AHPRA. To find out more and/or suggest someone please visit https://www.vicinclusivepractitioners.com/
Non-binary views on general practitioner cultural competence
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This research is being done because of a lack of clear research on non-binary individuals, and little specific guidance on how to deliver supportive care to them. This includes what culturally competent health care from a GP to non-binary Australians looks like. The research team aims to fill this knowledge gap by exploring what non-binary adult Australians think culturally competent health care from a GP would be for them. In the future, this research may …